Local anti-bullying rally needs help breaking world record

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn.- (CLARKSVILLENOW) Christopher Miller, also known as Captain Spectrum, is a 14-year-old with autism leading an upcoming Anti-Bullying Rally.

The anti-bullying rally has turned into a Guinness Book World Record-Breaking opportunity at Austin Peay University’s Fortera Stadium on Saturday, September 30 8-10 a.m.

In order to break the record, 2,000 people are needed to help form a human puzzle spelling out STOP BULLYING! Each participant must wear a black shirt.

This event was organized to raise awareness on the impact that bullying and suicide has on youth. Christopher Miller has experienced his own struggles with suicidal attempts. With courage and support, he was able to overcome the challenges that bullying brought into his life, and he turned that challenge into an anti-bullying group called Defend and Be A Friend Club.

This event is open to the public. To register and make donations at Eventbrite or call 901-562-6288. Volunteers and vendors are needed.