Wednesday, October 22, 2014
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'Glee' actor promotes local anti-bullying t-shirts

"Glee" actor Max Adler has teamed up with local T-shirt company ShoutBcause to promote its line of anti-bullying T-shirts.

'Glee' actor promotes local anti-bullying t-shirts

"Glee" actor Max Adler has teamed up with local T-shirt company ShoutBcause to promote its line of anti-bullying T-shirts. Adler, whose gay character, David Karofsky, bullied Chris Colfer's character, Kurt, and who was severely bullied himself on Tuesday's episode, has been working with a Los Angeles nonprofit called City Hearts: Kids Say Yes to the Arts. Chester County's Joe Harris, chief "movement" officer of ShoutBcause, contacted the group to get Adler their shirts.

Adler wore one of the company's anti-bullying shirts yesterday while interviewing with national media, including "Access Hollywood." Harris' partner is Jenifer Jurden of Wilmington, whose title is chief enlightenment officer. For more info on the T-shirt line, visit nobullytxt.com.

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