AFT’s ‘See a Bully, Stop a Bully: Make a Difference’ Campaign
This campaign is aimed at raising awareness and providing resources and training to educators, students, parents and others. The AFT will be bolstering the educator training it has provided for years to combat bullying in schools, and will work with others to ensure that schools are safe environments for students and staff. As part of the AFT’s effort to combat bullying, we created blue wristbands and posters featuring our new campaign slogan, which we will be distributing widely in schools across the country. The AFT also has established an online collection of resources, downloadable materials and links to partner organizations on our website, and we will host a series of webinar trainings and regional conferences on bullying in the upcoming months.
The Bully Project Movement
"The Bully Project" is a 2011 documentary film about bullying in U.S. schools. Directed by Lee Hirsch, the film follows the lives of five students who face bullying on a daily basis. With the film at its center, The Bully Project movement is building an alliance of students, parents, educators and other school staff to turn the tide on bullying. Join the movement.
‘Delete Digital Drama’ Badge
Seventeen magazine and ABC Family want you to "Delete Digital Drama." Here’s how: You can show your support by adding a badge on your Facebook and Twitter profile pics. Send a message, take a stand and press "delete" on digital drama.
You have the power to ink something nice rather than mean. Join Secret’s campaign to end girl-to-girl meanness. Meanness can be face-to-face, text-to-text, pen-to-bathroom stall—whatever the type, this Facebook page is the place to undo it!
Sign the Digital Petition
What would you do if you were one of the 160,000 students who stayed home from school because of bullying? No one should be afraid of going to school. Take a stand and unite with others by adding your voice to the online petition to end bullying.
‘Speak Up’ Campaign
Join Cartoon Network and other partners to speak up and speak out against bullying. The "Stop Bullying: Speak Up" campaign encourages participants to learn what they can do to prevent, report and stop bullying behavior. Viewers are encouraged to earn badges, view videos, and post stories and comments on how to address bullying.
Take the Oath Project
Keke Palmer of "True Jackson, VP" fame is the leader for the Oath Project, encouraging girls to take an oath to never bully. The Oath Project is using Facebook and Twitter to encourage teens and adults to take the oath and learn steps to prevent bullying.