Canadian Anti-Bullying Video Goes Viral
It's called 'To This Day' and as of Thursday afternoon, had almost 1.5 million views on YouTube. That was only two days after it was originally posted.
It's a story of bullying by Canadian poet Shane Koyczan.
You might remember him from his performance at the opening ceremonies of the Vancouver Olympics.
But this is a moving animated video, not because of the pictures, but because of the words.
It describes Koyczan as a child who confused pork chops with karate chops. When he fell from a tree as an overweight child, school officials wanted to know where the bruises came from. He said when he was sad, his grandmother would give him karate chops.
That earned him the nickname 'pork chop'.
The entire moving video is over 7 minutes, but it's well worth the watch.