LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV)--The fourth annual anti-bullying conference was held in Little Rock Tuesday bringing more than 350 students from across Central Arkansas to focus on positive messages such as anti-bullying, friendship, justice and healthy lifestyles.
The Arkansas Martin Luther King Jr. Commission along with the Arkansas Department of Human Services partnered to host the event for kids ages 11 through 18. There were break-out sessions, luncheons, guest speakers and fun for students.
The breakout sessions focused on youth obesity, nutrition and fitness, cyber bullying, Get Out the Vote, peer pressure and gangs.
Other summits this year will be held in West Memphis, Pine Bluff, Fayetteville and Harrison.