Resource Format: Video
Lisa Honold, Diana Graber, and Kristin Bride

Cyberbullying: Keeping kids safe. Ending it for good.

Social Development
Internet Safety
Body Image
Mental Health
Public Health
Public Service
Created: 9/21/2021
Uploaded: 01/15/2021

What really is cyberbullying? Is it dangerous? How can we – as parents, caregivers, educators, and policymakers – end it once and for all? Watch Action Network Live! host Jean Rogers and guests Diana Graber of Cyberwise and Lisa Honold of the Center for Online Safety to learn how cyberbullying happens, how it impacts our kids, and how we can put a stop to it.

Many of us know a child who has experienced it. 7 in 10 children in the U.S. will encounter some form of cyberbullying before they turn 18. Which kids are most vulnerable? Are fears about cyberbullying mounting with the return to school during covid? What types of online engagement are mislabeled as cyberbullying? Join our experts to get clarity on this confusing and heart-breaking topic as well as very practical ways to work against it.

Special guest Kristin Bride shares her family’s story of tragedy and hope.

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