Anti-bullying resources

The Bully Project — The documentary film "Bully" offers an intimate, unflinching look at how bullying has touched five kids and their families. The film's social action component is the Bully Project, a collaborative effort that brings together organizations that share a commitment to ending bullying and ultimately transforming society.

StopBulllying.gov — Information from various government agencies on how to prevent or stop bullying. It has a section especially for educators.

Teaching Tolerance — Resources, classroom activities, professional development and more, plus a blog of educators’ experiences.

Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network — A ton of very practical resources from an organization dedicated to fighting the epidemic of anti-gay bullying; check out the safe space kit.

Anti-Defamation League — Its curriculum page has a wealth of anti-bias lesson plans, including some specifically on bullying.

Common Sense Media — Statistics, research, and comment on kids and media issues, from digital citizenship to physical health to violence.

A Thin Line — MTV's A Thin Line campaign was developed to empower students to identify, respond to, and stop the spread of digital abuse.

“Bully Free: It Starts with Me” — The NEA’s campaign against bullying, which similarly provides resources to educators.

Respect For All (City Council) — New York City Council’s anti-bias program that combats bullying and harassment in New York City public schools.

Respect For All (NYC DOE) — The Department of Education's “Respect for All” initiative is New York City’s effort to combat bullying and harassment.

be a STAR — An anti-bullying alliance working to ensure a positive and equitable social environment for everyone.

Peace Dynamics — Award-winning education and corporate consultants specializing in providing comprehensive programs and training services. Peace Dynamics programs move a school culture away from cruelty and conflict and toward a culture that embraces community and cooperation.

Kids and Bullying: Audiobooks for Conversation (Random House) — Educators and parents can browse Random House's collection of audiobooks that speak to the topic of bullying, listen to an interview with Jay Asher, bestselling author of Thirteen Reasons Why, and hear a presentation from anti-bullying advocate Kaitlin Monte, Miss New York 2011.

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