The KnowBullying app for iOS and Android is designed to help parents initiate difficult conversations about bullying and harassment with their children. It also helps parents look for different warning signs to aid them in identifying not only if their children may have been bullied, but also if they may be doing the bullying. Users can share conversation starters, successful strategies, and useful advice via Facebook, Twitter, email, and text messages. Resources for Educators includes information on how to prevent bullying in the classroom and support children who are being bullied. The app was created initially for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), USDepartment of Health and Human Services, in conjunction with StopBullying.gov. Cost: Free
Julie Boulton, Department Head of History and Contemporary Studies at a high school in Canada, has compiled Anti-Racist Resources, inspired by the thread created by Melinda D. Anderson—#CharlottesvilleCurriculum—on Twitter in response to the white supremacist/neo-Nazi rally, violence, and murder that took place in Charlottesville, Virginia.
With the STOPitapp for iOS and Android, users can anonymously report incidents of inappropriate conduct or safety concerns, such as harassment, bullying, ethics or compliance violations, weapons possession, hazing, safety hazards, threats, assault, or other illegal activity.