A new anti-bullying documentary film from Cartoon Network is scheduled to be introduced by President Barack Obama.
President Obama will deliver an opening message before the debut of "Speak Up."
The anti-bullying documentary film is about bullied youth across America and those who have helped them.
The half-hour anti-bullying documentary film is part of the Cartoon Network's "Stop Bullying: Speak Up" initiative.
The film will be aired on Sunday at 5:30 p.m. EDT/PDT, with an encore at 8 p.m.
The anti-bullying documentary film features appearances by star athletes Venus Williams, Chris Webber, Lisa Leslie, soccer player Hope Solo, BMX bike rider Matt Wilhelm and NASCAR drivers Trevor Bayne, Jeff Burton and Joey Logano.
The anti-bullying documentary film will also post on StopBullyingSpeakUp and be available through other outlets including Facebook, iTunes and YouTube after the premiere.
Obama, who has said he endured school-yard harassment, hosted the first anti-bullying summit at the White House last year.
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