AFA calls Netflix to responsibility
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In the AFA video, Patrice and Joseph Bright (photo above) recount their daughter’s suicide.

June 2018 – The hit Netflix series 13 Reasons Why has become a lightning rod for critics who say it glorifies suicide and might even make it an attractive option for teenagers who are enduring difficult times in their lives.

AFA encourages everyone concerned about the nation’s youth to watch a heart-rending video about Anna Bright, a 14-year-old who committed suicide after binge-watching 13 Reasons Why.

Anna’s parents contacted AFA several months ago asking for help to tell their child’s story. (See AFA Journal, May 2018.)

Watch the video and sign a petition at afa.net/netflix. AFA is calling on Netflix to remove season one from the streaming service and drop plans for the upcoming season two.