In 2020, 16-year-old Henry Kerr wanted to learn more about online hate and extremism. He crafted a survey and shared it with youth across Alberta. The results showed that online hate is a severe problem for many young people, who often suffer in silence. Wanting to do something about it, Henry and some of the survey respondents formed Don’t Click, a youth-led initiative to support other youth on the issue of online hate and violent extremism. The Don’t Click Initiative works to give people the tools to handle negativity online – both for themselves and as bystanders. A new documentary has been released following their story. Learn more and watch the documentary at the link below.