Canadian poet and writer Shane Koyczan, who was bullied growing up, has created the To This Day Project, a spoken word poem that a talented group of animators and motion artists brought to life in the video below. The seven-minute video has been viewed by more than 1 million people since it was posted on Feb. 19.
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