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Teen Recording Artist Karlee Roberts Visits LA's Museum of Tolerance

Teen Recording Artist Karlee Roberts Visits LA's Museum of ToleranceIn honor of No Name-Calling Week, teen recording artist Karlee Roberts appeared at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles Wednesday, January 22nd to screen her hit music video, "Call Me Whatever," and discuss the importance of bullying prevention.

The fourteen-year-old singer and philanthropist has received international attention from organizations, schools, and students through her original song and video "Call Me Whatever" on YouTube.

"Self-empowerment is an important theme in all my music," says Roberts.

Roberts holds an annual "No Name-Calling Poster Contest" which encourages students to express themselves through art while helping spread anti-bullying awareness to others. The contest participants are showcased at the Museum of Tolerance in both NY and LA branches. Entries for the 2014 contest are now open. More information can be found at www.karleeroberts.com.

Photo: Group picture with students from the elite Freedom Writers group



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