Teen Bullying Prevention

Teen Bullying Prevention

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    Have You Seen This Emoji? | I Am A Witness | Ad Council

    More than one in four kids a year experience bullying. #IAmAWitness aims to activate the silent majority of kids who witness bullying each day and empower them to use the Witness emoji to speak up, be a friend, and reject bullying. Join Ricky Dillon and other creators in taking a stand against bullying. Learn more at IWitnessBullying.org.

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    #IAmAWitness | Bullying Prevention | Ad Council

    Some of the top YouTubers are taking a stand against bullying as part of our new "I Am A Witness" campaign. Learn more at IWitnessBullying.org

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    #IAmAWitness Animated Video | Bullying Prevention | Ad Council

    This moving video tells the story of Jack--a teen who's been bullied--and the power of an emoji to change the course of day. Want to have an impact on Jack's life? Check out the interactive version at IWitnessBullying.org.

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  • Send Kindness | Bullying Prevention
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    Send Kindness | Bullying Prevention

    Send Kindness | Bullying Prevention

    All assets drive to the campaign website IWitnessBullying.org where teens can learn how to get and use the emoji, send and create other messages of kindness and get additional resources to help stop bullying.

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  • I Am A Witness Keyboard | Bullying Prevention
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    I Am A Witness Keyboard | Bullying Prevention

    I Am A Witness Keyboard | Bullying Prevention

    The Emoji is available on iPhone running iOS 9.1. and via a downloadable keyboard available in the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store.

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    Bullying Prevention - Boy Band :60

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More than 1 in 4 children a year experiences bullying

I Am A Witness

90 percent of teens ages 12-17 who have witnessed some form of online cruelty say they have ignored mean behavior on social media, and more than a third (35 percent) have done this frequently (Pew Research Center's Internet& American Life Project).

Research has shown that the bystander can play a pivotal role in stopping bullying. In a groundbreaking effort to empower teens to speak up when they see bullying, the Ad Council and an unprecedented coalition of media, corporate and non-profit partners are launching the I Am A Witness campaign. Developed pro bono by ad agency Goodby Silverstein &Partners, and including social influencer content, the campaign aims to stop bullying by activating the "silent majority" of kids who witness it each day transform them from passive bystanders into a united, empowered and active collective that will speak up against bullying.

The heart of this campaign is the Witness Emoji. Shaped like a speech bubble with an eye in the center, the Emoji enables teens to take a stand against bullying and show support for someone who is being bullied by posting it online or through a text message. The Emoji is available on iPhones running iOS 9.1., Android Nexus phones running in Marshmallow, and via a downloadable keyboard available in the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store. Teens can post the Witness Emoji when they see hurtful comments or send GIFs and stickers to show support for someone in need. All assets drive to the campaign website IWitnessBullying.org

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