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Resources designed to encourage student to student conversation.

Designed for schools and other organizations to leverage resources, at no cost and easily accessible on-line, to encourage students to educate, inspire and support each other to address bullying and create kinder and safer schools.

Ask Carmen

Carmen is a member of the Kids Against Bullying “Club Crew”, and she knows a lot about how to prevent bullying. She gives great advice about bullying to kids around the country.

Read what Carmen said to other kids, and ask her your own question!

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I Care Because

i wasn't bullied to much. but i went to a new school in high school. and i saw alot of bullying to kids who are different. the victims feel alone, and i know what thats like. its depressing. i felt ugly and like no one cared about me. if you see a kid whos alone, who seems "friendless" talk to them, you'd want someone to talk to you. 

marina, 15, MI

I've been bullied for as long as i can remember, whether it was because of my weight,height, or some other ridiculous thing that i couldn't prevent,i always remembered how that felt and how badly i felt about myself because of the relentless bullying, NO ONE SHOULD EVER HAVE TO FEEL LIKE THAT!That is why i care.

breanna, 16, new york

I hate it when people bully. I admit I used to do that; not anymore. I want to help. I want this to end. I'm creating a webstie where kids like me can go and chat about it and try to stop it. Kids can help kids, teens can help teens. But really, both are the same. We are all the future generation of America. We have to help. Stop bullying. Only we can.

Winter, 11, Tennessee

Me and my friends where at the 6th grade all the time bullying someone, and it ended even to we got detention or the one who we bullied started crying and we got detention, and we got detention 3 times a week! Now when im on 7th grade i dont think its soo funny, but i cant stop it:/ And my friend is all the time bullying and i try to stop her but it dosent work... Soo now i guess im a bullyer even if i didnt want to:S

How to stop?, 14, Fi

I am doing a article about bullying prevention month for my school newspaper. The reason why I picked this assignment because my little sister was picked and bullied on in school. I remember her coming home crying because a boy called her names and I could do anything about it because I went to a different school. I told her to tell our mother but she would not tell and I promise her that I wouldn't either. Well two months passed and she was going to kill herself because of what they were writing about her on Facebook. I finally had to tell mom and we got her into to a group of students who have the same problem as her. We went to the school board because it was a serious matter. Now we convinced them to make it a rule in all the schools that if you bullied you were kicked out of school. This is the reason why I picked this story to write about because it is a personal matter to me and my family. After that day we are now closer than ever.

katie , 17, Florida

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