A place to learn how to address and prevent bullyingA place to learn how to address and prevent bullying

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Take action to address acne-based bullying

PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center is pleased to partner with Liquid Oxygen Skincare’s campaign to increase awareness of and address acne-based bullying. We are looking for youth (ages 14-21) like Larkin, pictured here and featured in this video to share their story about acne and bullying to be a part of the solution to help others! Want to learn more? Email [email protected]


National Bullying Prevention Month (NBPM) held during October | Unity Day is the third Wednesday of October

A month long event to prevent childhood bullying and promote kindness, acceptance, and inclusion. On Unity Day, 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.

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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.


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 that bully are either jealous or have personal or family problems going on. I don't like it when I see people getting bullied at all! If you see someone getting bullied make sure you stand up, talk to the person that's being bullied and make sure they are okay if you have to give them pep talks like if they fell that they are useless.



    Bella — 13
  • I care because bullying takes lives and makes people (including me) doubt that they matter at all.



    Nina — 16
  • I stand up against bullying because I lost a good friend that got bullied. I don't bully others because it can cause their life to end.



    Zahquvais — 14
  • No one has the right or the room to speak about others in a negative light. None of us choose the life we live, we were dealt the cards and we just have to play with what we have. Negative words can create such a hazardous mental habitat and do not add any good to the world. Spread kindness even when you don't feel good yourself. Go out of your way to make someone else happy. Smiles are contagious, happiness is too.



    Demeia — 16
  • Kids harm themselves because of Bullying, they feel worthless because of what their classmates say about them, they are being verbally abused, and sometimes physically, which is very messed up because no kids should go through any type of abuse. Either mentally or physically . I care because It's not okay and it needs to stop.



    Junie — 15
  • I feel like people in general want to be treated a way they'll feel loved. Cared about, more . So, bullying is never the case. If you see something, you should always say something. You should always remember, YOU CAN. YOU WILL. END OF STORY.



    Da'Niyah — 13

Stories

Anonymous

I’ve been bullied so bad I wanted to hurt myself