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Be a Friend Wristband
Spread your anti-bullying message even wider with this wearable reminder to be a friend. Colorful and upbeat, this wristband helps build a school or social culture that actively promotes friendship and inclusion.
9 Ways to Be a Good Friend
Bolster your anti-bullying messages to middle and high school students with this pamphlet on positive friendships. Topics include how to be supportive, appreciate differences, watch your words, and respect privacy (online and offline). It also offers tips on how to include someone who is left out and how to stand up when you witness someone being bullied. Bottom line message? Choose to be kind.
50 Things Everyone Should Know About Sexual Harassment
Both young men and young women need to know what sexual harassment is, why it is harmful and what can be done to stop it. This pamphlet lays out the facts in a nonthreatening, supportive "50 Things" format and is perfect for high-school or college classes or groups.
Sexual Harassment: It's No Joke
Engaging characters from the nationally syndicated comic strip LUANN™ discuss what sexual harassment is and what young people can do about it.
25 Things Everyone Should Know About Bullying
Help young people understand what bullying is and what they can do about it. Aimed at upper-elementary and middle-school kids, this pamphlet offers suggestions for those who are being bullied, those who witness bullying, and even for kids who may be bullying others.
Bullying: It Hurts Everyone!
Engaging characters from the nationally syndicated comic strip LUANN™ discuss what bullying is and what young people can do if they witness bullying.
Dealing with Conflicts Without Violence
Help teens and young adults learn to manage conflicts without violence with the suggestions in this pamphlet. Help them learn how to negotiate a peaceful solution and when to turn to others for help. It offers suggestions for dealing with anger, bullying and harassment.
21 Things You Can Do to Prevent Violence
Kids deserve to be safe from violence at school and in their communities. And while keeping kids safe is the responsibility of adults, children need to understand what they can do to help. This pamphlet empowers young people to take action with realistic, age-appropriate suggestions that encourage a violence-free atmosphere. It also includes suggestions to reduce teasing, bullying and fighting.
Respecting Others: Stopping Anti-Gay Bullying and Violence
This pamphlet approaches the problem of gay harassment with the assertion that everyone deserves to be treated respectfully--and that each one of us can make a difference. It offers concrete suggestions for what individuals (students, teachers, parents, community workers, etc.) or groups can do to stop verbal and physical harassment of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people. Perfect for use in schools, colleges and the workplace.
25 cosas que todos deben saber acerca de la intimidación
This Spanish-language adaptation of our "25 Things Everyone Should Know About Bullying" pamphlet helps young people understand what bullying is and what they can do about it. Aimed at upper-elementary and middle-school kids, the pamphlet offers suggestions for those who are being bullied, those who witness bullying, and even for kids who may be bullying others.
Social Networking: 10 Things Teens Should Know
In the digital world of texting, gaming, instant messaging and more, the guidelines in this helpful pamphlet can help young people minimize risks and maximize enjoyment while connecting with others. It explains why teens should be cautious about what they post or text and offers suggestions for keeping in touch without unknowingly harming themselves or others.
Social Networking Safety: 10 Tips for Parents
Most young people use some form of social networking to communicate, play games, share photos and meet new people. Parents can help protect a child’s reputation and safety online with these helpful tips.
Online or Offline: What Can You Do About Bullying?
This easy-to-read title offers supportive strategies for dealing with bullying behavior, and empowers readers to protect themselves and others from bullying and harassment. It offers emotional support to kids who are being bullied and emphasizes the fact that it is not their fault.
8 Things Parents Need to Know About Cyberbullying
Many kids report being bullied by others through electronic channels. Here is some realistic advice for parents to help teach their children ways to steer clear of cyberbullying and what to do if they are being bullied online.
If You See Something - Do Something Wristband
Promote bystander intervention with this wearable reminder to look out for others and step in when needed.
Only Yes Means Yes Wristband
A great everyday reminder that, when it comes to sex, affirmative consent is the only way to go - in any language!
I Won't Stress Today Wristband
This wearable reminder encourages people to pause, breathe and remember the coping skills that can reduce stress and promote health.
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