Shaun Robinson is mostly known as an entertainment journalist on the long-running show “Access Hollywood.” However, the Emmy-award winner is also an author and activist. She sits on the national board of Girls Inc., and her book, "Exactly As I Am” inspires girls to have self-esteem and promotes dreaming big and seeing those dreams through.
Shaun has also founded the “One Girl, One Voice Movement,” which is about girls empowering themselves and hoping that they will get together and stop the drama and nonsense especially when it comes to bullying.
Many can remember being bullied for a variety of things such as being fat, being a nerd, being gay, being black, and being Asian – you name it. But what makes it worse now is the internet and cell phones. Now you don’t have to wait to go to school to be bullied, just access your computer and/or your phone and you’re taunted through social media websites, text messages, sharing real or doctored images/videos that not only hurt people but can also drive some to suicide.
Shaun hopes to stop the bullying by producing videos where girls face the issue. The video posted, "Why I Bully You," is one in which teen girl, slam poets, from the Los Angeles based organization “Get Lit,” get real about bullying – it’s consequences and what can be done to stop it. Please note that my daughter is in the video and while the girls are acting, some have been bullied and some have bullied.