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In the wake of a 15-year-old Maple Ridge girl taking her own life because she had been bullied, the mother of another teen who killed himself is speaking out.
Nasima Nastoh's son, Hamed, jumped off the Patullo bridge when he was 14 because he had been bullied.
As school officials say they will continue to raise awareness about bullying after teen Amanda Todd killed herself this week, Nastoh has bigger ideas.
Speaking with CKNW’s Phillip Till, the Surrey mother says some kids don't know that what they're doing is wrong.
"The bullies need more education, information and sensitivity. We should make a program at school, every morning for one hour."
Tributes continue to flood social media sites for Amanda, who posted a video about being bullied on YouTube.