Amidst the growing concerns on bullying and its adverse effects on millions of kids and teenagers today, actress and singer Brianni Walker is doing her part to campaign against bullying and teaching people from her generation to respond in love and acceptance. The media personality and entertainment icon has released two songs that speak about the urgency to stop bullying and hopes that it would contribute to the cause of ending bullying once and for all.
One study back in 2019 showed that one out of every five children had been victims of some level of bullying. Almost 40% of that number say that it happens multiple times at school. Bullying has been known to be the root of many self-esteem issues and, in some cases, even depression and suicide. Now carrying that as a chip on her shoulder, Brianni Walker hopes to continue advocating against bullying and raising awareness about its harmful effects.
Recently, Brianni has put out two tracks entitled “We Must Rise Up, Stop Bullying” and “Step Back No Bullies” to help spread anti-bullying awareness and build self-confidence in young people who would listen to her songs. These two tracks are only some of the many projects she has completed and still looks to complete in the many years to come to help push her cause forward.
It’s hard to imagine that Brianni Walker is only fourteen years old today. Born on January 3, 2007, in Los Angeles, California, she’s an actress that’s best known for titles like Tell Her (2021) Broken Key (2020) Mani (2017), Niara (2017) Nickelodeon Sam & Cat (2014) The Uncanny (2020). Walker also starred in Kool School with Mr. Josh educational series, in one the highest viewed content creator influencer Dhar Mann’s Inspirational Changing Lives TV Mini-Series, that has impacted globally which has now generated over 24 billion views and 57 million subscribers to date. Brianni isn’t too shabby herself on the social media front as she now has over two million views on her YouTube Channel, with over 34,000 now subscribed to her content.
In 2019, Brianni Walker took home a Jr. Oscar Award for Best Performance. The recognition came for her skillful impersonation of Tina Turner in an American Greeting commercial. She has also worked with the Kids First Film Critic, Hip Hop Media Group, Teens Wanna Know, F.T.S Kids News Network as a correspondent and film critic and has appeared on publications like Eternally Nineteen, Awareness Now, Aspire, LV Teen Magazine, Kid Fash Magazine, mainly for her anti-bullying campaign.
In 2021, after winning the Best Youth Actress in the Young Entertainer Awards & Global Youth Awards, Brianni began recording and releasing songs to bring awareness to cyberbullying, which she later expanded to include all forms of bullying. Currently, the young actress has paired up with Nike, Care Bear, Hapa Ambassador, Justice, Kailey’s Queen, Mattel/Barbie, Luv Ur Skin, Girls Make Beats, One Run.org, Stomp Out Bullying, NoBully.org, a Teen Line Hotline for victims of bullying. In her campaign against bullying, Brianni still extends compassion to perpetrators as she often says, “bullies come from broken homes.” Accordingly, her programs include ways to motivate built self confidence help children who might be victims of domestic violence, emotional abuse child abuse, neglect, racism and molestation. Currently, Brianni a music producer for Girls Make Beats, a music brand to empower the next generation of female DJ’s, producers, and engineers, and help address the root causes of bullying and educate youth on the gravity of maltreatment. Brianni hopes that playing her part in fighting bullying will create a ripple effect worldwide and save lives in the process. Learn more about her cause, music and work by visiting Brianni’s Instagram profile and YouTube channel.