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A group of high schoolers in Littleton, Colorado, have taken a pledge to give up social media for the month of October. They hope to spark more face-to-face interactions and to raise awareness about bullying and suicide prevention after coping with several suicides in their own community. NBC’s Joe Fryer reports for TODAY.