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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 feel sad all the time because people from my class dont like me because I am ugly but i am not ugly i always be bully all days they told me if tell the teacher they well hit me more and hard :(

Luis, 11, Racine Wi

I've been bullied since kindergarten. I was always so afraid to come out of my shell because my whole life I was always made fun of. In kindergarten I was hit, tripped, pushed, etc. and in 4th grade I was threatened to be killed. I'm made fun of because they think I'm different. They've even made fun of my music, called me ugly many times, and just tried to bring me down and make me feel unimportant. After a while I started to believe all those comments because for so long that's all I heard so I became insecure. I still sometimes will go home and just cry, sometimes I'll even cry myself to sleep at night. I don't want that to happen to anyone else. I've seen what happens. I've seen so many stories on the news saying how teens commit suicide because of bullying. It's not right. This kind of stuff shouldn't happen. I know how much bullying hurts and even though I haven't had it as bad as some other people might've, I want to help. I want people to realize that they're not alone and that there are people that will be there for them. No one deserves to be treated like that. So, I want to help make a difference to stop bullying once and for all.

Brea, 14, Virginia

I care because no one cared about me. I care about changing the lives of others, because I wasn't able to change my own. I care because I know what it's like, to want, to need, someone to care. 

Christina , 16, Minnesota

I see bullying at my school a lot. We have this thing called Advisory every friday that everyone is riquired to go to but everyone just doesn't get it. It doesn't have to be phisical... its mostly emotional. Like for me.... other girls would always gossip behind my back and never treat me like a true friend. But now I feel as if everyone at my school thinks its only in movies and doesn't happen in real life. IT DOES. 

Skye, 13, USA

I hate bullying ! Just because someone is slightly different doesn't mean that they are wrong for being this way. People need to understand how serious bullying can be and how much it can affect people lives. I get bullied for many different reason and now i hate school, i hate going out anywhere and it makes me think that its my fault. My school seem to try there best but it never seems to stop it in fact it seems to make more peple start! But If We All Come Together And Make A Stand We Can Finally Put A Once And For All End To Bullying!

Lana, 12, Castleford

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T-shirt campaign intends to redefine normal

Posted: Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Colleen Stine and her business partner Colleen Berkowitz have launched a campaign called “Let’s Redefine Normal” through their business, Mama Said Tees. They are selling T-shirts with the word “normal” printed on them.

Stine and Berkowitz imagine a world without stereotypes or discrimination — a world where it is normal to be different.

“We’re not saying you have to support other people’s decisions, we just want you to be nice and not judge,” Stine told a weekly Indiana newspaper.

The video for “Let’s Redefine Normal” can be found on mama-said-tees.myshopify.com. The video features families of all types — adopted, biracial, same-sex, as well as parents and children with disabilities — all being asked to define what normal means to them.

“Through this campaign, we want people not just to talk about the golden rule, treat others the way you want to be treated, we want them to really do that,” Stine says in the video.

Berkowitz adds, “We don’t want you to be basic, we don’t want you to be like everybody else. We want you to embrace your uniqueness.”

A percentage of sales of the Normal T-shirts will go to PACER Center’s National Bullying Prevention Center.

Book the Ninja Turtles’ lair and support PACER’s NBPC

Posted: Monday, May 23, 2016

Complete with professional graffiti art, New York City subway signs, and piles of pizza boxes, the home of Michelangelo, Raphael, Leonardo, and Donatello is officially open to guests, according to a listing on Airbnb.

The space in lower Manhattan has been transformed to resemble the world of the franchise down to the last detail, including a light-up basketball court with glow-in-the-dark basketballs, a state-of-the-art home entertainment system, and the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles arcade game from 1989.

The rental is part of the promotion for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows, which opens in theaters on June 3. For the moment, there are no more available dates, but Twitter users who follow @TMNTMovie can receive hints on when the lair will be available again.

For every guest that is lucky enough to stay, a donation in their name will be made to PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center. Say the turtles, “Together we can shell shock bullying, ’cause that’s what bros do.”

Posted: Friday, April 29, 2016

When a high school student experiences bullying at her new school, she finds hope from her peers. Kindness, support and hope are things that everyone can give – and your actions matter. When peers and adults show that compassion and respect are important, they create a culture that raises the standards of behavior for everyone. Special thanks to kouraproductions for creating and producing this powerful video!

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PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center is excited to announce our new partnership with SurveyMonkey Contribute and a new way for anyone to give their support! Sign up and you will receive surveys by e-mail from SurveyMonkey customers who need your opinion. For every survey you take, SurveyMonkey will donate $0.50 to PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center, and you'll get a chance to win $100 in an instant-win game.

Together AGainst Bullying™ is a campaign for PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center, inspired by Carrot Top. Donate, receive stickers to TAG your friends, and share on social media. Your support means one less student being bullied, one more person speaking out, or one more kid knowing that he or she isn't alone!

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Creative Kids Card Now Available!

Since 2006, PACER has held CREATIVE KIDS, an event in which children with disabilities are invited to use their imaginations to express themselves through various mediums and vibrant colors. This year’s artwork focused on themes of unity, inclusion, kindness and friendship. The 2016 design was created by Isabella and is now on sale for $10 per box. Learn more about Isabella, her new design and how to purchase >>>


All About Bullies . . . Big And Small

A CD for young children, and winner of a Grammy for Best Children’s Album, All About Bullies … Big and Small is a collection of music, poetry and storytelling designed to put an interesting and heartfelt twist on bullying prevention, so that young learners can identify with the topic in an age appropriate manner. The artists all generously contributed their time and talents. 100% of the profit proceeds are donated to PACER’s Kids Against Bullying initiatives.