Collaborate to obliterate bullying. That's the message from South Bay students during a performance late Friday.
Andrew Hill High School's anti-bullying club holds an annual who reenacting different cases of bullying and how to prevent it.
"This is how our students are expressing their concerns about bullying and trying to get everyone else on board," said Joshua Green, the club's coordinator and a teacher at the school.
The performance comes on a day when the Obama administration issued a guidance for transgender students in public schools to use bathrooms based on their gender identity. California law already allows them to do so.
"This is a huge step in the right direction, just in terms of allowing kids to have their freedom," Green said.