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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

bullying is hurtful, it hurts our self-esteem and our sense of belonging to a community or group. It is cruel, unproductive for all involved and maddening. It's been going on forever but it has to change as women's right to vote became a reality, as children's right did too, or as animal cruelty became a punishable crime. Living in a society where bullying is prohibited could change things from its core. Maybe one day in less than 100 years who knows, we will be able to live a life in which compassion is the most valuable human quality.

Turquesa, 50, California

Bullying has caused people to feel insecure and not beautiful the way they r 
Words stay in there mind forever !!!!! And it honestly scars u 
People get disorders and commit suicide when will people notice that bullying is a matter of life or death 
I want it to stop because no one , no one should have to go through that 

Maddy , 12,

I have always felt the need to be different and students at my school don't  like that. Everyone blends in and molds together, but the people who ruin that are bullied. I was one of the people who ruined it. I would get so upset that I would cut myself and find any excuse to harm myself. I still don't blend in perfectly, but I've learned to embrace it because that's what life is all about. It's about being different. My heart and all my love goes out to Phoebe and her family and any other person who is bullied

Caitlin, 15, VA

I have a beautiful young daughter that has been put through hell and back because of being bullied at school. We need to all work together in our schools and stop bullying. It is extremely damaging and it can last a life time.  My daughter is a straight A student, extremely caring of others, beautiful and most people enjoy being around her.  Unfortunatley it only takes a couple bullies that can turn one's life upside down.  So please listen to your children and watch for signs because it could very well happen to your child.  It happened to mine and is still because I can't find any help.  Please let's put a stop to this before it takes any more young lives.

Julie, 43, Oklahoma

I was cyber bullied, verbally bullied, and sometimes physically bullied because I went through pubery early. I was abandoned by all the people I thought were my friends and I hated it. I didn't go to an adult and I regret that. I care because I don't ever want anyone to feel all the pain and suffering I had to go through. I care because I want people to know that they aren't alone. That's it is okay to be different, because you are you and that is beautiful. 

Kimberly-Jami, 12, AL

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