"Taylor and Bill! I need your help. I'm being bullied on social media and I don't know what to do!"
"Well Adam, maybe you could ignore them and try to think of things that make you happy."
"Or maybe you could try to make friends with the bullies. Maybe even you could confront the bullies."
"Guys, I have decided that it would be best for us to confront the bullies and tell them how they are hurting me."
"Ew you're so ugly. I can't even look at you!"
"Yeah Mary I know right he's so ugly. He doesn't even look like us. I mean look at his skin color."
"Stop making fun of me!"
Adam explains how he was being bullied on social media because of his race. His friends try to figure out some ways to help solve his problem and they discuss the possible solutions with Adam.
"Hey guys! Stop bullying Jake NOW!!! It is mean and you guys are hurting his feeelings!"
"Exactly. Jake can't help it that he was born that color so stop making him feel bad about it."
After Adam and his friends are done discussing possible solutions to fix his problem, Adam decides to confront the bullies. He and his friends decided that it would be best to tell them face to face rather than online.
"Well Jake, just know that we're all here to help. Even adults face discrimination."
"Well Jake, did you know that 43% of multiracial adults have been subject to racial slurs or jokes?"
"Wow guys. Thanks for helping me out!"
When Adam, Taylor, and Bill arrive, they find their other friend, Jake, being bullied by Mary and Trisha, the same people who bullied Adam. They are making fun of him by calling him ugly and making fun of his skin color.
"Mom and Dad. Mary and Trisha were being rude to Jake and I because we're not the same race as them. What should I do?"
"And by the way Adam, I have received poor service from employees one time at a hotel. In fact of multiracial adults have received poor public service from employees."
"Well Adam, that is very sad to hear. Your mother and I will call your school and they will get in a great deal of trouble. Hopefully now they learn their lessom."
Adam yells at the bullies telling them to stop. He tells Mary and Trisha how what they're doing is wrong and how it is hurting people's feelings. Bill also adds to what Adam says by telling them that it is not Jake's fault for being a different color than them.
Trisha and Mary feel threatened by what Bill and Adam have to say so they run away. Jake thanks his friends for standing up for him. Adam and Bill tell Jake that not only kids are discriminated against, but adults are too.
When Adam gets back home he talks with his parents about how rude Mary and Trisha were being, not only to him, but also to Jake. Adam's parents call the school and at school the next day the girls are probably going to get in big trouble. His mom concludes by sharing a time where she got poor service at a hotel due to her race.