X Games Shred Hate visits Colorado area schools
Shred Hate 2019
Prior to the start of X Games Aspen 2019, the X Games Shred Hate campaign descended on Roaring Fork Basalt High School to spread the good word of positivity around Shred Hate.
Shredding the hate
X Games Aspen 2019 host Hannah Rad speaks with students about the principals behind the Shred Hate campaign.
Got a question?
Hannah Rad spoke with students about the dangers of bullying. The fact is that 10 million total students are bullied each year in the U.S.
Shred Hate swag
Shred Hate has swag!
Pushing the Shred Hate message
We are a Shred Hate school!
Packed Shred Hate crowd
Let's be honest: Shred Hate is also a great way to get out of the regular class schedule.
From interviewing The Chainsmokers to spreading the good word about Shred Hate, Hannah Rad does it all.
Chloe Kim shreds
Shred Hate has the support of the top X Games athletes, including snowboarder Chloe Kim.
Hannah Rad made sure to include the students in her presentation. That's why X Games is working to take a stand against bullying and Shred Hate through a collaborative effort with some of the most innovative bullying prevention programs in the country.
You've heard the insults. Maybe you've been on the receiving end, maybe you've witnessed the abuse, or maybe you're even the one who's shouted them. Bullying is immune to no one, and its effects are far reaching and highly damaging. So choose kindness!
Make the right choice
Being a target of bullying has been found to have a range of negative impacts, including reduced self-esteem, depression and anxiety, and increased alcohol and drug use. That's why we choose to shred hate!
We can do this!
Thanks to Hannah Rad and the students for spreading the stoke and shredding hate!