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Anti-bullying expert to speak at DeKalb schools

Published: Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2013 5:30 a.m. CDT

Anti-bullying expert, Mr. Mojo, is taking his “Winter No-Bullying Tour” to DeKalb on Sept. 26. He will speak to students, educators and parents at DeKalb High School, and Huntley and Clinton Rosette middle schools on strategic ways to stop ongoing bullying, prevent future occurrences and overcome past situations. 

“Bullying in schools is a real epidemic that children, schools and parents need answers,” Mr. Mojo, also known as Travis Brown, said in a news release. He speaks to elementary schools, middle schools and high schools across the country. 

“Schools are required by law to give anti-bullying programs to students, which is a good first step. I also help parents and students confront bullies with online training programs,” Brown said in the release. His No Bullying Tour ( has created a unique way for Brown to connect to students with his life-changing message: Mojo UP – Leaders Taking a Stand Against Bullying!

He is the author of “Mojo Up and Stop Bullying.” He also has created the “Bullying Prevention Toolkit,” which helps schools, parents and students create anti-bullying campaigns and comply with anti-bullying regulations.

As a top motivational speaker, Brown acquired the name “Mr. Mojo” for his high-energy, intense content and captivating speaking style. 

On his anti-bullying tours, Brown has spoken to nearly 300,000 students in the United States and abroad. He also has been called on to bring motivation and inspiration to professional athletes and sports teams including the Pittsburgh Steelers, Chicago Bears and Cleveland Browns. Brown has been seen on FOX, NBC, CBS, CNN and as an inspiring coach on MTV’s show “MADE.”

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