Stop the Hate Spread the Love gains support
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NEW YORK STATE FAIR -- Educating the public in the Time Warner Cable Building was the anti-bullying group, Stop the Hate Spread the Hope. They have a booth at the fair and gained some very popular support earlier this weekend.
Neon Trees singer Tyler Glenn wore the organization's t-shirt to his performance at Chevy Court, which shows just how far their reach has come since their start.
"We started probably three years ago with three people, two boys and one girl that go to West Genesee High School. They were doing a video project for an art class, and they made a video, and it just kind of grew from there," said Amy Baranello, Stop the Hate member.