By Jill Rosen
The Baltimore Sun
7:33 AM EDT, September 11, 2012
Ray Rice continues to stand up against bullying by designing a T-shirt that will help raise money to fight the problem.
Rice has joined with PACER National Bullying Prevention Center and a shirt company called CustomInk for the Be Good to Each Other campaign, designing a tee with the message: "You can be a hero to someone just by being a friend -- Ray Rice."
Adult versions of the shirt cost $26 and all of the proceeds will go to PACER, an organization that aims to prevent bullying through education.
Rice has made it clear that bullying is an issue he takes personally. Not only has he spoken out about it and participated in programs, but after a student was shot at Perry Hall High School a few weeks ago, he took to social media and wrote a lengthy, from-the-heart plea to students to be kind to one another.
Rice designed his shirt for a promotion to mark National Bullying Prevention Month, which is October.
Other celebrities who made shirts include "Friday" singer Rebecca Black, Janel Parrish of "Pretty Little Liars," Olympic diver David Boudia and Katie Leclerc from "Switched at Birth."
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