FEATURED VIDEO: Indochine – Collège Boy (officiel) (READ MORE)

FEATURED VIDEO: Person of the Week: Marie Osmond’s Personal Renewal (READ MORE)

FEATURED VIDEO: Make It Out This Town (feat. Gabe Saporta of Cobra Starship) (READ MORE)

FEATURED VIDEO: Imagine a World Without Hate (Official Video) (READ MORE)

FEATURED VIDEO: Teen Bullied For Being Gay (READ MORE)

FEATURED VIDEO: The Trevor Project PSA with Daniel Radcliffe (READ MORE)

FEATURED VIDEO: Bus Monitor Karen Klein bullied by vile school children (READ MORE)

FEATURED VIDEO: Chad & Sonny; Days Of Our Lives August 22, 2011 (READ MORE)

FEATURED VIDEO: AC360 – Mich. Asst. Attorney General Andrew Shirvell Targets Gay Student Chris Armstrong (READ MORE)

FEATURED VIDEO: BYU It Gets Better: “We hope the messages collected here can provide hope, peace and encouragement. You are not alone; you have family and friends who love you at USGA…” (READ MORE)

FEATURED VIDEO: Movie Trailers: Bully Official Trailer 2012 HD Bully Documentary Movie

FEATURED VIDEO: RatBoweR: Being bullied is a permanent scar(s) that remain with you for the rest of your life.

FEATURED VIDEO: Benni Cinkle’s Channel – Buy on iTunes! All profits go to charity! Music video by Benni Cinkle performing Can You See Me Now. (c)2011 Less Than Three Productions, Inc. Trigger warning for self-harm, eating disorders, child abuse content.

FEATURED VIDEO: gurl’s Channel – In an exclusive video for, Benni Cinkle from Rebecca Black’s Friday video talks about how she turned being bullied into a totally awesome career as a singer/songwriter and super-young-activist and founder of That Girl In Pink. She tells us about dealing with hate, why Ellen DeGeneres rocks, and who her favorite rappers are (Eminem! Mac Miller!).

FEATURED VIDEO: Gelfen BoobTube’s Channel – This is an excerpt from the solo show, “My Salvation Has a First Name: A Wienermobile Journey.” Get a glimpse into what Robin Gelfenbien did to land the Wienermobile job, which is mild compared to the lengths she went to to get Oscar Mayer’s attention.

FEATURED VIDEO: OC Loko ‘s Channel – Trailer de “Cyberbully”, filme produzido pelo ABC Family e estrelado por Emily Osment e Kelly Rowan.

FEATURED VIDEO: AVPCommunications1’s Channel:: ‘BULLYING IS VIOLENCE’ Public Service Announcement Campaign

FEATURED VIDEO: AVPCommunications1’s Channel: ‘BULLYING IS VIOLENCE’ Public Service Announcement Campaign

FEATURED VIDEO: LESBIANGAYVIDEOS’s Channel: CNN’s Anderson Cooper talks to the family of Jamey Rodemeyer who committed suicide after being bullied for being gay.

FEATURED VIDEO: LeftCoastFlix’s Channel: Teach Your Children Well – A Film About Homophobia and School Violence – Narrated by Lily Tomlin

FEATURED VIDEO: 29MYHNYC’s Channel: The Epic I CARE Mustache Man Anti-Bullying and Suicide Prevention Video – Here it is. Taking a stand against Bullying and Suicide. Please share this video so together we can help stop this CRISIS!! Become a fan of Mustache Man on Facebook and follow his future adventures of hope!

FEATURED VIDEO: QueerChannel’s Channel – “Spirit Day” Memorial and Candlelight Vigil

FEATURED VIDEO: stopsuicide’s Channel – Repost this if you are against bullying and stereotyping.

FEATURED VIDEO: KKProductions941’s Channel – Bullying – Video filmed and edited by Kindra Elson and Kelsie Searle. The song used is The Scientist by Coldplay.

FEATURED VIDEO: David Kamatoy thejuggler’s Channel – Anti-Bullying PSA with Mark Christopher Lawrence “Celebrities Against Bullies”

FEATURED VIDEO: RoughChop’s Channel – Justin Bieber Meets Casey Heynes (Bully Hero) – TV Interview – Justin Bieber meets his Aussie Hero,Casey Heynes, the Schoolboy who stood up to the bully. Justin invites Casey to join him on stage at his concert in Australia. As seen on A Current Affair,Channel 9 Network. Interview by Ben McCormack ( May 3 2011).

FEATURED VIDEO: adsank1’s Channel) – Anti-Bullying PSA with Paul Case and Adam Sank.

FEATURED VIDEO: On the National Day of Silence – Hundreds of thousands of students nationwide take a vow of silence to bring attention to anti-LGBT name-calling, bullying and harassment in their schools.

FEATURED VIDEO: hrcmedia’s Channel) – Judy Shepard lost her son Matthew to an anti-gay hate crime more than 10 years ago. Since then tens of thousands more Americans have been the victims of hate violence. Tell Congress it’s time to act.

FEATURED VIDEO: LukesVoiceOnEquality – What I Have To Say – My story as a gay teen and how I was treated by students and a teacher at flagler palm coast high school.

FEATURED VIDEO: BeLonGToYouthService – Irish anti homophobic bullying advertisement, created as part of BeLonG To Youth Services annual Stand Up! LGBT Awareness Weeks. The campaign promotes friendship amongst young people as a way to combat homophobic bullying. For more information on the campaign please see: Written & Directed by Anna Rodgers & Aoife Kelleher Produced by Zlata Filipovic

FEATURED VIDEO: RoughChop – Bully Richard Gale Interview on Today Tonight Related Reading: This weekend, the victim Casey went on “A Current Affair” to tell his side of the event: the years of bullying he endured before he finally fought back. Which might have even been fine, if it had been left there. But then the bully (and eventual victim) Richard Gale was given his 15 minutes on the national television show “Today Tonight” to cry to the world, and this whole story spun out of control (YouTube “bully” Richard Gale makes TV debut).

FEATURED VIDEO: Detroit Victim Wants to Stop the Hate – SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (WJBK) – A Detroit man was the victim of a violent attack and he says witnesses did nothing to help him. The 23-year-old walked into a gas station in northwest Detroit. He says another customer started insulting him using gay slurs. He then punched him in the eye twice. The victim wrestled the guy into store shelves. He says no one called police and two other customers did not try to help him. He ended up going to the hospital and he may need surgery. He put a video of himself on YouTube and Facebook. He wants the world to know that incidents like this are happening.

FEATURED VIDEO: Suicides At France Telecom (Nov 20, 2009 CBS) France Telecom is undergoing a major restructuring in which the goal is to cut billions of dollars in expenses. The process has led to an epidemic of suicide. Sheila MacVicar reports.

FEATURED VIDEO: Whitehouse – President Obama and the First Lady talk about bullying and the growing movement, led by young people, to make our communities places where young people can thrive. Their message comes ahead of the first-ever White House Conference on Bullying Prevention.

FEATURED VIDEO: Psychiatric Drugs Causing Suicide and Violence in our Youth – Twenty million children are being prescribed psychiatric drugs known to have horrifying “side effects” that include mania, psychosis, hallucinations, violence and even suicide. Nine of the recent school shooters in the United States were taking prescribed psychiatric drugs. In three powerful and disturbing public service announcements, the Citizens Commission on Human Rights reveals how psychistrists are fatally drugging our youth. hile the psychiatric industry makes a multi-billion dollar killing, our kids pay the REAL price. Information: Citizens Commission on Human Rights

FEATURED VIDEO: grbottawa: – It Gets Better: How Could Anyone (Tone Cluster – quite a queer choir, Ottawa Canada)

FEATURED VIDEO: MrDarrenj88 – Anti-Bullying Flashmob January 2011 – In honour of International Anti-Bullying Day, two schools came together to create a message about Acceptance and challenge others to use social media as a positive tool. Choreographed by Jheric Hizon, Directed by Anita Perel-Panar – A Star Studio Productions Video Directed by Ben Stoddard T-shirt info: call 1-800-outback or email

FEATURED VIDEO: motivational13 – offers a proactive approach to Bill 168. Our presentation is set up into three different sections. section one is on bullying, violence and harassment and how to become proactive in the workplace, section two is on workplace behaviors that receive best results and section three is the understanding of Bill 168

FEATURED VIDEO: mightyfrogfilms – Another scene from John Somers’s interactive theatre production, “Difficult Labour”, performed by excellent young actors from Exeter University – the Zigger Theatre Company. In this extract, Catherine finds her rota requests have been ignored by the bullying manager and, when her back is turned, her friends play a hurtful “prank” on her. Based on real cases, this fictional account encapsulates the way undermining and bullying takes place at work. The actors are all students from Exeter University: Amanda McGuire, Nazli Umit, Sarah Evans and Claire Matthews. The clip is from performances at the Tim Field Memorial Lecture at Aston University on 8th November 2008 and at Newman University College, Birmingham, on 7th November 2008. Advice on the scenario was provided by DAWN (Dignity At Work Now) and OxBOW (Oxfordshire employees Bullied Out of Work).

FEATURED VIDEO: Stonewall – Stonewall has launched a new campaign reassuring gay school pupils that they don’t have to wait for things to get better in their lives — they can be great now. In Britain we have partnership rights, the right to serve in the military and the right to have children. Our government is committed to tackling homophobic bullying and many schools, supported by Stonewall’s Education for All campaign, are taking bold steps to do just that.

FEATURED VIDEO: derekw6826 – This video provides the facts about psychotropic drugs and the huge profits they create for the pharmaceutical industry. These drugs are not safe and have not been on the market long enough to provide sufficient long term studies regarding their effects. These drugs do cause addiction, however most “doctors” would call this dependence because you do not have to take an increasing dose over time. They are completely fine with you being addicted to the same amount of any given drug on a daily basis. Over half of the people that commit suicide in the United States are prescribed to psychotropic drugs. (Ex: Paxil, Zoloft, Wellbutrin, Effexor, Seroquil, etc.) Quick Facts about Psychiatry

FEATURED VIDEO: It’s not always easy to know if you are being bullied. After all, it can be really difficult to get on with absolutely everyone you work with. You may have colleagues who are bossy or demanding. Supervisors might get angry if you don’t meet targets or the necessary standards. However, if the criticism is constant or if it focuses more on you as a person than the work you do, then it may have crossed the line into bullying. Think, too, about how your workmate’s actions are making you feel. Are you being physically injured or emotionally hurt? Are you continually being made to feel stupid or incompetent? Do you get put down, no matter how good a job you do? If so, it could be that you’re being targeted by a workplace bully. You don’t have to put up with bullying at work. Sometimes you may be able to talk to the person and ask them to stop especially if they’re not aware of how they’re making you feel. However, if you’re not comfortable with confronting the bully, or you find that talking doesn’t make any difference, see ‘What next?’ for other actions you can take. Bullying at work

FEATURED VIDEO: What if you could ask Watson, the IBM super computer, one question? Bullying PSA (Featuring Watson)

FEATURED VIDEO: FEB 23, 2011 – Pink Shirt Day! Why Pink? It originates from an incident that happened when two Nova Scotia high school students organized a school protest in sympathy with a new Grade 9 boy. The boy had been bullied for wearing a pink shirt to school. The two students handed out pink shirts to all boys in the school, making a non-violent statement that bullying will not be tolerated. Surrey Board of Trade Supports Pink Shirt Day 2011

FEATURED VIDEO: Ridley College Lower School students know just what to do in order to combat bullying thanks to a new initiative at the school. Today, students participated in “The Power of One”, a presentation about how bullying happens and how we can stop it? Students learned that bullying is hurtful, purposeful and repeated behaviour and that even if they are a bystander they are guilty of letting bullying happen. Five brave volunteers were brought up on stage to act out a bullying scenario, watch what happens… The Power of One Anti-Bullying Presentation at Ridley College

FEATURED VIDEO: This video was created by 18-year old Matt Bendo and 17-year old KJ Proulx from Tecumseh, Ontario, Canada. While we have deliberately put effort into drawing attention to the video and more importantly to the message it sends, I think the real appeal is that it was created by two teens. In 36 seconds, Matt and KJ portray the impact of cyberbullying and more importantly the need for young people to take action if they see it or are a victim of it. Pull the Plug on Bullying

FEATURED VIDEO: Stop Bullying Now Youth Workshop – Our goal is to unite, engage, educate and equip parents and children with the tools they need to address bullying. The Stop Bullying Now Project

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