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Bullying Prevention Resources

Addresses ‘digital’ / ‘cyberbullying’, ‘textual harassment’ designed for youth and teens-includes games and a special ambassador respect challenge.

A web site for children where they can play games around the topic of bullying. They can learn how to help make a difference.  Explains the roles kids play, how to be more than a bystander, and information about ‘know bullying’ app for your phone.

Teaches how to stop bullying and harassment.  Provides personal safety and empowerment skills for protecting children, teens, and adults.

National Youth Violence Prevention Resource Center.  A Federal resource for communities working to prevent violence committed by and against young people.

Let’s Get Real – igniting change through film.  Elementary age curriculum explores underlying oppression in situational bullying.  The film and curriculum are available for review at Center for a Non Violent Community-588-9305 x109.

A project of the Southern Poverty Law Center- Includes classroom activities, teaching kits, articles, and publications addressing diversity, social justice, activism and many more.

National Crime Prevention Council-Bullying statistics, surveys, activities for kids and prevention tips.  What parents can do; teaching kids about bullying; strategies!

The BULLY Project is the social action campaign inspired by the documentary seen by over a million kids.  Get resources and tools, read a story, share a story, take a pledge.

Interactive youth focused website-games and fun including an oath.  Educator Toolkits and activities.  Defines the impact of bullying and state laws.

Center For A Non Violent Community offers local help for bullying prevention as well as tips for students, parents, and schools.  Primary prevention is available such as leadership summits, strengths-based leadership workshops and mentoring projects.  Counseling is available. 


STRAIN (Anti-bullying Silent Short Film) 11:02:  Addressing bullying, teen dating, exclusion and suicide-graphic.


Bully (2011)-released on DVD 2013 PG-13

A documentary on peer-to-peer bullying in schools across America. Is an unflinching look at how bullying has touched five kids facing bullying on a daily basis. It is considered an important advocacy tool against bullying and in facilitating an anti-bullying movement.

Bullied: A Teaching Tolerance Documentary

A Student, a school and a case that Made History that tells a story about a young gay man who took a stand against the bullying he experienced in school.

Cyber Bully

A made for TV movie from the Family Channel

Gum in My Hair: How to Cope with a Bully

This teaching tool looks at what bullying behavior is, the effects bullying has on people and how bullying makes people feel. 

Many bullying scenes are played in a way guaranteed to bring laughter from the audience, which is sad, isn’t it? Most of these have to do with teenagers.


The Heathers (R)

The Sandlot

Joe Somebody


Dangerous Minds (R)

Bowling for Columbine (R)

Fast Times at Ridgemont High (R)

The Outsiders

The Good Son

My Bodyguard

Odd Girl Out (2005 TV movie)

Ice Princess

Mean Girls


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