• CHOOSE KIND: Official T-shirt from the film WONDER

    Join the over 40,000 others who choose kind. Every shirt sold benefits PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center.

    Order your T-shirt today
  • This I Believe

    Five high school students read an adaptation of an essay written by a 14-year-old.

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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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  • Turn a Life Around

    Bullying knocks down thousands of kids every day, but when one person stands, another will stand with them. You can be that person, you can turn a life around.

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  • Lizzie Sider

    Lizzie is a country music singer/songwriter, who experienced verbal teasing and ridiculing from other children in elementary school. Her song, “Butterfly” tells her story and how she overcame her situation.

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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 / New Stuff

Unity Awards

Do you know an individual or group who took action to make our communities, schools and the web kinder, more accepting and inclusive? If yes, nominate them for a Unity Award! Our student panel will judge all nominations. Then, on May 30th, we will recognize those who have made outstanding contributions to help create a world without bullying.

Submit a nomination

Choose Kind

WONDER, R.J. Palacio’s New York Times bestseller, is the incredibly inspiring story of Auggie Pullman, a boy with facial differences who enters fifth grade at a mainstream school for the first time. This heartwarming story was made into a movie and is in theaters now! The inspiring take-away message from reading the book or seeing the movie is to always CHOOSE KIND. You can show that kindness matters by purchasing the film’s official CHOOSE KIND T-shirt. Every shirt sold benefits PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center.

Order your T-shirt today

Share your #CleanTheMean Story

Clarisonic wants everyone to feel confident about the skin they’re in. Uncovering personal confidence and building it within others can help everyone prevent bullying and spread positivity. For every #CleanTheMean Facebook or Instagram post shared this year, Clarisonic will donate $1 to PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center, up to $100,000.

Learn more how sharing a post benefits the cause

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, “The End of Bullying Begins with You.” The other side features a pledge for kindness, acceptance, and inclusion.

Place your bookmark order

Make a statement! Order your official T-shirt! Show that you are contributing to a kinder, more inclusive and accepting world.

This one-of-a-kind shirt is only available during September and October. Order soon so that you can wear orange (the signature color of bullying prevention) during National Bullying Prevention Month, on Unity Day, and all year long. Proceeds will benefit PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center so that we can continue to prevent bullying and promote kindness, inclusion, and acceptance in our schools, communities, and the world! #orangetogether

Order your T-shirt today

Together Against Bullying Video

This is an animated video created from student drawings and writing that shows that kids want bullying to stop and want to be part of the solution.


Student Action Plan Against Bullying

Wondering what you can do to address bullying? This handout will help you develop a strategy to change the bullying situation you have experienced.

Download Action Plan

Join the We Will Generation!


Want to be a part of the movement of students looking out for students? Learn what you can do and how to take the pledge:

WE WILL be the generation to:

  • Own this issue and be the solution
  • Make sure every individual knows that they matter
  • Reach out to peers and let them know that they aren’t alone
  • Establish a supportive community that unites in action
  • Change the negativity that has impacted so many for so long

Learn more


Tell Us Why You Care

  • i care because iv been bulled.. i stand up to bully's now 😀

    saige —
  • Some people think that when there is bullying in action, its just teasing. Teens need to realize that it can harm someone mentally. You need to stand up to bullies and tell them that it is wrong.

    Claire — 12
  • I care because. I have. Been bullied before and I'm still. Am because people. Talk about. The. Way I look dress or even talk. I'm new to the. School I was born in Alabama rise in Ohio. Once I came home. I felt alone. Everyone wanted to fight me talk about me even get me in trouble it's really hard. Being. Bullied. I feel like everyday its something. New

    Zantaviah — 17
  • I care because I have been bullied before in school. I really hate to see people down or sad because I put myself in their shoes, which means to feel how other people feel.

    Noor — 12
  • I care because I have been on the receiving side of bullying, from 4th grade up until 8th grade. I was physically bullied, and mocked, and rumors about me were spread, and I received threatening letters, and my school did nothing about it. I care because those affected by bullying should have someone to talk to and somewhere to go that will make them feel safe, loved, and worth it. If we come together as one, we can be a great life-preserver which is cast out into the ocean of bullying to save those who are drowning.

    Alexmarie — 16
  • I care, because making others feel bad won't make yourself feel better. Does making someone feel like they're worth nothing make you feel like you do? Perhaps you yourself have been targeted before, but is targeting others the correct response and solution? Or are you just turning yourself into the bully that bullied you?

    Zeran — 13



When I meet new people, they often ask or pick up on my accent. Often asking if I’m from America or where it is from. Truth is, I am not from America and never have been but that is besides the point. At school, I am being bullying for it. It used to be worse than it is now but seriously no one at my school even understands what an American accent sounds like because they’re all idiots. I’ve checked with actual American people or my friends online and they don’t think it’s American. Not that I would have a problem if it was. The kids in my school bully me verbally. They often call me names. “American Cat” being the main one. (Because I like cats.) I don’t like it. It used to be worse but since most of the guys who did do that are now in different classes, since I’ve managed to make sure I move up in my sets, It’s not as bad. From time to time I do get a comment though and it can be incredibly frustrating.