• Redraw Your World Without Bullying

    Cartoon Network has partnered to raise awareness of identity-based bullying.

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  • Promote Unity Day

    Display this poster in your school, home, or community.

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  • The Unity Day T-shirt

    Wear the orange tee to inspire others to act with kindness, acceptance inclusion on Unity Day (Wed., Oct. 19) and every day, all year long.

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  • Bullying Hurts

    Top Entry in 2022, submitted by Quest Academy 7th Grade Advisory, NBPC’s “Students with Solutions”

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  • Students with Solutions

    Talk about bullying! Inviting all K-12 students to produce videos to help educate others.

    Congratulations to 2022 Top Entries
  • Teen Poster Series

    Download to print and share this free 3-poster series, sponsored by a partnership with Instagram, and designed by illustrator @leonatsume from ideas inspired by teens.

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  • What Should You Do? Ways to Be There

    PACERTalks About Bullying, Episode 19

    Insights and advice from students as they think through how to respond to real life bullying situations.

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  • Teen Talk on Cyberbullying

    Watch this short video designed to provide authentic insight and perspective from peers on issues related to cyberbullying.

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  • Together Against Bullying

    Animated video created from student drawings and writing, brought to life with the voices of youth.

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  • You Are Braver, Stronger and Smarter Than You Think

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  • New Day

    When a high school student experiences bullying at her new school, she finds hope from her peers. Special thanks to kouraproductions for creating and producing this powerful video!

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Features

Congratulations to the 2022 Unity Award Recipients

We celebrate and honor the ten individuals and groups who were selected from hundreds who were nominated by peers to be recognized for their contributions and accomplishments to help prevent bullying and promote kindness, acceptance, and inclusion for all. Read the stories of three teen recipients, along with a school group.


National Bullying Prevention Month (NBPM) held during October | Unity Day is Wednesday, October 19

A month long event to prevent childhood bullying and promote kindness, acceptance, and inclusion. On October 19th, plan to wear and share the color orange — as a tangible representation of the supportive, universal message that our society wants to prevent bullying, and is united for kindness, acceptance, and inclusion.

Get ideas to participate


Introduction to Show Me You

Dynamyte—an artist who artfully fuses classic R&B, sassy, sultry neo-soul and infectious pop—shares a little insight about herself and interest in building a better world for all. Check out her video, then watch and listen to Show Me You.



Animated NBPM Video Created by a Teen

In this animated video created by Medha, a teen from Virginia, learn more about the month, how it got started, and ways to get involved.



Bullying Prevention 101

This quick guide for middle and high school students provides helpful information on what bullying is, who is involved, the roles played, and bullying prevention rights, along with ideas for advocacy and self-advocacy.


Your Views Matter

What you think is important! If you have ever been bullied or have seen bullying, share your anonymous responses.


Take The Pledge

Send a message of hope and support! Take the pledge and make a commitment to show that we are together against bullying, and united for kindness, acceptance, and inclusion.

Take the pledge



Teens Against Bullying bookmarks, new design now available!

The updated design of the Teens Against Bullying bookmark encourages middle and high school students with the message, “Creating a World Without Bullying.” The reverse side helps teens think of the actions they can take to change their world.

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Student Action Plan Against Bullying

Ready to take action to address bullying? Maybe not sure how to start? As a student, bullying is something that impacts you, your peers, and your school – whether you’re the target of bullying, a witness, or the person who bullies. Bullying can end, but that won’t happen unless students, parents, and educators work together and take action.

Download action plan | English | Spanish | Hmong | Somali

Tell Us Why You Care

  • i care because people should not be bullied the bad people think that it is okay because they think that it is funny but they don't know what those bullies don't know that they can hurt their self in a bad way and they might not know this but its happening so if you see someone getting bullied then please speak up or take a stand just don't let people get bullied



    Savanna — 11
  • I care because I use to have friends that got bullied. My friends that got bullied were always sad, and I don't like to see people sad. My friends that got bullied moved. I wish that no one got bullied it is something that is not cool. People that gets bullied some times become a bully, and we do not need more bullies.



    Owen — 12
  • bullies are people who were bullied and just don't want to be the victim so try to help the victim and bully



    BUBBA — 12
  • Don't bully! It is not right for other people to suffer because of something that might be going on in your life, that is personal.



    Aubree — 12
  • I hate people getting bullied it hurts them and It hurts me when it happens to me I wish there was no such thing as bullying



    Carter — 13
  • I care because, honestly, no matter how different we are, we will always be the same in many different ways and we will always be family. If you care, and if you believe, be an upstander, not a bystander, you can change anything even though sometimes it may be hard. You just gotta put you heart to it. I know what it feels like to be hurt, but no one should ever feel that way. You as one person can start off change, and as you go, more people will be united. I believe in you. You cand do anything.



    Akeelah — 13

 

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Stories

Tired, weary and confused
Anonymous

For months now at my school I’ve been bullied by this group of girls, or as me and my friend who we’ll call Blondie like to refer to them as, the bully buddies.
They’ve been attacking me and Blondie and my other friend who we’ll call Blue Eyes, for months. The attacks range from physical violence to verbal threats to fake accusations. One day the leader, who we’ll call Snotface, threw all kinds of homophobic, racist, inappropriate, disrespectful comments at me and Blue Eyes. We reported Snotface and lo and behold, a teacher actually did something about it! Snotface and her friend (alias Two-Sided) spent the rest of the day in our vice principal’s office being questioned. Snotface’s parents and my parents were called in and Snotface was given a month of detention. The principal is also putting in measures to protect me Blondie and Blue Eyes from Snotface and Two-Sided. The moral of this story is: If you report someone once and nothing happens, KEEP TRYING. Tell as many people with as much description as you can, till the bullies get what’s coming to them. I know it’s cliche, but it’s true. And remember: you are smart, strong, beautiful, and loved. And don’t let anyone change that.