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The Bullying Epidemic
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Tony Bartoli was born on July 12, 1970 in eastern Pennsylvania. He weighed only 3 lbs and 4 ozs and was 14 inches long. He was born two months premature with the condition known as Cerebral Palsy. CP struck the left side of his body affecting his coordination. Doctors told his mother, Linda, "Tony will never walk!"

In spite of great odds against him, and contrary to then-established medical opinions, Tony would learn to walk through the help of family, friends, and, especially, God. Tony's personal journey and testimony is an inspiring message of hope, encouragement and perseverance.

Now, Tony travels around the country now sharing his inspiring message with young people. His message is especially relevant to today's bully-culture found in nearly every school in America.

Episode Segments:
Don't Box me In: Tony Bartoli on Bullying

Tony Bartoli has turned his negative experiences and physical obstacles into an inspiring message that will challenge young people to take a stand against bullying and to encourage teenagers to show compassion toward those being bullied.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Tony Bartoli
Tony's parents (Linda and Thomas Bartoli) adopted Tony, knowing completely that he was born with Cerebral Palsy. CP has impacted his body but it has not impacted his mind and voice. He speaks with vision and clarity about the danger of bullying and how to stand against it.

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