• Friends of PACER’s Run Walk Roll

    You are invited to help with the goal of circling the world (24,901 miles) to symbolize “moving toward a world without bullying.”

    Register for Free
  • Unity Awards

    Recognize extraordinary individuals or groups who are taking action to prevent bullying.

    Submit a nomination
  • Redraw Your World Without Bullying

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

    Ways to Be An Ally
  • 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.

    Learn Steps to Participate
  • 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.

    Download posters
  • 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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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 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.

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.

Place your bookmark order

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 no one deserves to be bullied. Bullying can change someones life. So instead of being known as the person who bullies be known as the person who stopped bullying.

    Chloe — 13
  • I care because we need to stand up for each other and make sure we take care of others and keep people from getting mentally and/or physically hurt by other people who are rude and disrespectful. People need to realize that words do matter and actions matter too and they can really hurt someone.

    Jacob — 15
  • I want everyone to be good to each other.

    Heather —

    Lucy —
  • Bullying is traumatic for the victim, witness and also the bully. Its negative effects in terms of mental health to those who undergone bullying linger. As a result bullying is a societal problem coming from individual level. I'm writing this because I'm in a club kind of course that teaches important facts about genocide and how can we stop them. And we also talked about how the happening of genocide is a series of progressions of violence starting from individual, local level such as bullying or other acts of violence because of prejudices, to systemic extermination of an entire race. We are powerless when hatred manifests itself in forms of genocide or war, but we CAN and SHOULD be upstanders when bullying happens and do some good to society and humanity.

    Kewei(Kevin) — 17
  • Cyberbullying is mean because you hurt people's feelings and it is just not kind.

    Sage — 12


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Disabled bullying

Ever since I could remember I would always get looked down upon because of my disability. I knew for a fact it wasn’t my fault but the words that the children spoke of me at school really hurt my heart and destroyed my self-esteem. I spoke with my parents about this and then they reported the issue to the school’s president. The kids stopped saying harmful words to me and I managed to gain my confidence to go back to school and achieve my goal of one day being successful.