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It is never Ok to bully!. Have you ever been bullied? Do you know someone who gets bullied? The resources listed below have been collected in order to help you understand just what bullying is. You may not realize what you are doing to someone or what someone is doing to you is considered “bullying”, but it can have a lasting impact on you and disrupt your life. There resources have powerful messages, some have ways you can support anti-bullying campaigns, some will tell you how to reach out for help, there are empowering messages, and the list goes on.


Learn how Lizzie Velasqueza, known as, “the ugliest woman in the world” used her experience of being bullied to build herself up and become a famous public speaker!

The mission of is to provide information from various government agencies on what bullying is, what cyber-bullying is, who is at risk, and how you can prevent and respond to bullying.


51 Critical Cyber-bullying Statistics in 2020. Cyber-bullying is a real problem in today’s society. With technology today kids not only get bullied at school, but it can now follow them home. There is no true escape when kids are on social media. Check out this sites valuable information.

Hey U.G.L.Y Unique Gifted Lovable You! The mission of Hey U.G.L.Y is to give youth the self-esteem and empathetic tools they need to be their true selves and empower them to be part of the solution to bullying, youth suicide, and substance abuse.


The Trevor Project saves young lives through its accredited, free and confidential phone, instant message and text messaging crisis intervention services. A leader and innovator in suicide prevention, The Trevor Project offers the largest safe social networking community for LGBTQ youth, best practice suicide prevention educational training, resources for youth and adults, and advocacy initiatives.

Home of "Don't Stand By, Stand Up," StopCyberbullying was the first cyberbullying prevention program in North America. Its specially-trained young volunteers design and deliver community programs to help their peers address cyberbullying. StopCyberbullying's founder, Parry Aftab, calls them her "cyberarmy" empowered to tackle this important issue. These teens and tweens staff their own text messaging support line for other young people, build apps to promote kindness, and provide student peer support in their schools.

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