Flash Mob Invades Vancouver Mall to Spread Anti-Bullying Message

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We've seen flash mobs before, but this group of teens decided to perform for a good cause. The students of Churchill Secondary and David Lloyd George Elementary organized their demonstration to spread an anti-bullying message.

On January 27, the group hit Oakridge Center in Vancouver, BC, and broke out into a full-on dance number set to the sounds of Bruno Mars' 'Just the Way You Are.' Dressed in pink shirts with the word "acceptance" on them, the students put on a mesmerizing performance for the many onlookers.
First, the number started with one amazing girl, who began dancing in the middle of the mall. The crowd quickly pulled back to give her room. She was joined by a few others, and soon the group grew into massive sea of pink.

In case you were wondering, a flash mob is when a big group of people get together in a public place to do something unexpected -- like sing or dance -- and then quickly leave. It's meant to draw attention and leave a lasting impression, and in this case, it was all about uniting against bullying.

Check out Churchill Secondary and David Lloyd George Elementary's awesome flash mob performance below. What do you think of what they did? Have you ever participated in a flash mob?

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