Cleveland Heights resident Debbie Ungemach wrote a column that appeared on The Plain Dealer's website Saturday urging parents, teachers, administrators, teens and more to see Bully, a documentary about bullying from the perspective of five families from around the country.
Ungemach saw the film at Cedar Lee Theatre, and was concerned that only about 50 people were there.
"This is a film that every mature preteen, teenager, parent, teacher and administrator should see. And not just 'see' but watch, digest, get angry and talk about with everyone they know. I spent most of the movie alternating between teary-eyed, upset, disgusted and appalled," she wrote. "... We should not be afraid to hold parents, teachers and school administrators accountable."
Who do you think should be held accountable for bullying and its sometimes tragic outcomes?