Rodeo clown tackles school bullying

08/3/2008 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Marvin Nash, 53, distracts angry bulls for a living, and now he's teaching young children how to better handle human bullies. "So many people think that bullying is just a rite of passage," said Nash, who has worked as a professional rodeo clown for about 30 years. "Kids have feelings too. And so that's what we try to do is help them channel and be able to discuss and find a solution that works for them."

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