The Bozemans will speak to children in 17 States from Feb. 7 to March 25!
(PIKESVILLE – February 7, 2020) – Pikesville Middle School students will get to learn, firsthand, true stories of bullying during the kick-off of the Bradley and Nikki Bozeman Anti-Bullying National Tour on Feb. 7, 2020. The Bozemans will then travel across the country in an R.V.; making stops at schools in 17 states to raise awareness about the dangers of bullying and cyberbullying. “My wife and I share a passion for talking to kids about bullying and treating each other with respect,” said Bradley Bozeman.
Bradley Bozeman is the starting offensive lineman for the Baltimore Ravens and Nikki was the starting center for the Alabama Crimson Tide before graduation. Bradley and Nikki started speaking to students while attending the University of Alabama and continued doing so when Bradley was drafted by the Ravens. They have created the Bradley and Nikki Bozeman Foundation to further their anti-bullying efforts. The Bozemans faced bullying when they were children and they are passionate about sharing their own personal experiences with young people of all ages. The couple use those experiences to discuss important strategies to combat this growing epidemic among our youth.
Their dedication caught the eye of former Maryland Senator Bobby Zirkin who has teamed with the duo for a cause close to his own heart. “It’s exciting when you see how kids respond to Bradley and Nikki,” Zirkin said. In 2019, the former Senator crafted “Grace’s Law 2.0,” a first-of-its-kind law targeting cyberbullying. The law was named for Maryland teen Grace McComas, who committed suicide after repeated and brutal online bullying. Together, Zirkin and the Bozemans hope to share the grim and rampant dangers of bullying while driving change at the grassroots, state, and federal levels.
What: The Bradley & Nikki Bozeman Foundation Anti-Bullying Kick-Off
About The Bradley and Nikki Bozeman Foundation: The Bradley and Nikki Bozeman Foundation seeks to make a difference in the lives of at-risk children and families with a focus on the dangers of childhood bullying. Bradley and Nikki’s efforts help lend support to parents, school staff, and adults in the community to help prevent bullying behavior and create a safe school and community environment for our children. The Foundation seeks to help reinforce the importance of treating everyone with respect.