Kesha and the anti-bullying organization Hack Harassment released a video this week that takes aim at online behavior. In the 30 second-long PSA, Kesha mouths over the cruel words of young people and asks viewers who will speak up for those being attacked. "Saying nothing says everything," she says.
According to a poll conducted by Data & Society/CiPHR Measuring Cyberabuse, nearly 65 percent of Americans between the ages of 15-29 have experience online harassment or abuse.
"I am honored to participate in Hack Harassment's PSA campaign," Kesha said in a statement about the video. "This issue is near and dear to my heart. No one, regardless of their identity, background or beliefs, should be subjected to harassment online. I look forward to working with Hack Harassment and its partners to help raise awareness of this important issue in order to bring about more inclusive and safer online communities."