Bullying and Gangs Links


Anti-Bullying Network
This website contains a section for young people that provides profiles of students, information about bullying, advice, and ways to cope. 

Bully B’ware
Information, stories and action plans on bullying and strategies for safer schools.

It Gets Better Project
This site offers videos for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youth around the world with the message "it gets better." The Project also works to create and inspire the changes needed to make it better for them, including ways to get help and to get involved.

Pacer Center’s Kids Against Bullying  
Play games, watch videos, enter contests, read other kids’ experiences and learn how to spot and stop bullying.

Southern Poverty Law Center  
Contains articles and resources that teach about poverty and discrimination. The curriculum, “The Power of Words” uses simple exercises to teach about common misperceptions and stereotypes.
"Mix It Up" is an action kit designed to get kids thinking about cliques in their schools and encourage them to “mix it up” in the cafeteria, on the playground, and in the streets.

Stomp Out Bullying  
This is a fairly comprehensive website that includes information on bullying, ways to get help, celebrity PSAs and videos, an option to post personal bullying stories, and ways to get involved.

Stop Bullying Now  
Interactive website designed to teach students how to identify, prevent, and recover from bullying. It includes original “webisodes” – mini cartoons that depict examples of bullying.
Teaching Tolerance developed this guide entitled, Speak Up at School - How to Respond to Everyday Prejudice, Bias, and Stereotypes to help adults and educators develop the skills to speak up themselves and help their students find the courage to speak up when they are confronted with bullying and bias. The guide also includes activities designed for educators implementing the strategies presented in Speak Up At School to create a safe school climate.


Boys & Girls Clubs of America
Clubs around the country offer community-based initiatives for young people ages 6-18 that are at high risk for involvement, or are already involved with, delinquency and gangs.
Helping Gang Youth  
The author specifically targets Native American communities, but it is applicable to all youth. This site has practical advice on creating support networks for young people who are in gangs or are former members.

National Youth Gang Center
Statistics about gangs in the U.S.  Its up-to-date information helps to dispel common misperceptions about gangs and gang members.