A film aimed at preventing anti-gay bullying premiered Monday night in Montgomery. It's called "What Do You Know: 6 to 12 year olds Talk About Gays and Lesbians" and features local students discussing the topic.
Some students said they see bullying on a daily basis.
"There are kids who are really teased brutally," said Elaina Samelo, an 8th grader who participated in the project. "Words are just thrown at them and shoved into lockers and stuff. It's really hard to watch."
The local premiere was at the Civil Rights Memorial Center, but the film was produced by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation. It's aimed at educators and parents. The "Welcoming Schools" program, also run by the Human Rights Campaign, works with educators to try and prevent anti-gay bullying.