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President Obama on Bullying
The White House.gov/ItGetsBetter
Web Sites & Blogs Addressing Issues of Bullying
Bullying: the Elephant in the School Yard
From School Library Journal, a list of resources for K-12.
Cyberbullying Research Center
"The Cyberbullying Research Center is directed by Dr. Sameer Hinduja (Florida Atlantic University) and Dr. Justin Patchin (University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire). They have been studying cyberbullying since 2002 and first launched this web site in 2005."
LGBT Issues in Sports Blog
"The purpose of the blog is to serve as the premier online location to share information and resources regarding LGBTQ issues in sport. Contributors come from the ranks of academe and the front lines of activism all working toward the greater goal of understanding the lives of LGBTQ individuals in sport through research and public policy."
"Having been bullied relentlessly as a teenager, Nicholas Carlisle, our founder, wanted to ensure that other children did not have to endure the same abuse that he experienced in his formative years. So in 2003, Nicholas established No Bully, which began as a collaborative team of educators, psychologists, and lawyers committed to building a kinder and more compassionate world as a means of ending the crisis of bullying in schools and online.
No Bully celebrated its 10th anniversary this year! Over the last decade, we have become the nation’s preeminent anti-bullying organization. Since its founding, No Bully has had a 90% success rate, eliminating incidents of bullying while serving hundreds of schools and over 250,000 students.
We have reached millions of people through our global impact campaigns, where we partnered with leading organizations such as ESPN, Hasbro, Major League Baseball, and Burger King, just to name a few. We are continuously developing new and creative strategies to bring more awareness to the bullying epidemic."
Southern Poverty Law Center
The Southern Poverty Law Center offers a wealth of information and resources for teaching children (and adults) about tolerance and respect. The Center's "Teaching Tolerance" magazine is carried by our library.
Speaking OUT Against Bullying
This collection of web resources is being compiled by the GLBT Round Table of the American Library Association. While some resources focus specifically on bullying as it related to GLBT youth, there are excellent resources that deal with bullying and its vicitims regardless of orientation, gender, race, national origin, etc. A few of these resources are highlighted below.
A federal government website managed by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services