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“A lot of people are afraid to tell the truth, to say no. That's where toughness comes into play. Toughness is not being a bully. It's having backbone.”  

–Robert Kiyosaki

 




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Help for Colleges

About Bullying and Cyberbullying

You might not think bullying is a problem on your campus, or that it’s a “big deal”-- but it is. Bullying can result in long-lasting emotional damage for victims and can lead to criminal prosecution for the bully.
Click here to learn more.


Many College Students Don’t Think About the Consequences of their Actions…
A simple inappropriate joke or activity could land a student in federal prison, yet many students do not fully appreciate the risks that come with their behaviors. To learn more, click here.

Help for Everyone
Project Bully-Free Zone Online Community: Project Bully Free Zone’s virtual community is a community of respect, dignity, and most importantly, a bully free zone. Step into a place where your uniqueness is accepted and celebrated. Share your stories, build your voice, and connect with others through online discussions, polls and other interactive activities.

Help for Students
National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-TALK

If you’re thinking about hurting yourself, give this number a call. It’s free, confidential, and has a nationwide network of crisis centers you can visit in person for face-to-face support.

Bullying Speak Out Hotline: 1-800-226-7733
A confidential hotline you can call to report an incident and talk about bullying issues such as what you may be able to do to help a victim you know and how you feel about bullying.

It Gets Better Campaign: Focused on helping LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning) kids, teens, and young adults, the It Gets Better campaign offers information, resources and inspiration for LGBTQ teens. www.itgetsbetter.org

I Choose 2 Live: Through creative expression, the I Choose 2 Live organization encourages students to express through the arts the pain and torment they’ve experienced when bullied.

Cyberbullying Research Center: The Cyberbullying Research Center provides up-to-date information about cyberbullying and how it is perpetuated as well as how to prevent incidents from happening in your classroom or home. www.cyberbullying.us


Help for Faculty, Administration and Parents

Bullying Can Happen in College, Too. Don’t think bullying can happen on your college campus? Think again. The Chronicle of Higher Education has published an insightful Letter to the Editor that details how insidious college bullying really is. http://chronicle.com/article/Bullying-Can-Happen-in/126330/

Bullying “Alive and Well” at Penn State and Other College Campuses: Bullying isn’t just a way that middle and high school students interact with one another, and with the advent of Facebook and sites such as Juicycampus.com, there are more opportunities to harass students on campus 24/7. http://www.statecollege.com/news/columns/bullying-alive-and-well-at-penn-state-and-other-college-campuses-548951/

Cyberbullying Research Center: The Cyberbullying Research Center provides up-to-date information about cyberbullying and how it is perpetuated as well as how to prevent incidents from happening in your classroom or home. www.cyberbullying.us

 

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