GLSEN’s No Name-Calling Week, January 15-19, 2018, is a week organized by K-12 educators and students to end name-calling and bullying in schools.

Founded in 2004 with Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing, and evaluated by GLSEN research, No Name-Calling Week was inspired by James Howe’s novel The Misfits about students who, after experiencing name-calling, run for student council on a No Name-Calling platform. The week is rooted in the idea of #KindessInAction — not merely recognizing the importance of kindness, but actively adding kindness into our every action. Will you join us in putting #KindnessInAction?

Join GLSEN Phoenix by taking the No Name-Calling Week pledge and commit to actively work against name-calling in 2018 (starting with No Name-Calling Week). Take the pledge today by registering and receive updates on kindness, a planning guide for activities and volunteer opportunities.

Here is how you can put #KindnessInAction during Non Name Calling Week 2018:

  1. Take the pledge by completing and submitting the form below.
  2. Take a selfie with a pledge sign (downloadable here) and share on social media
  3. Click here to find great student and educator resources for No Name Calling Week
  4. Sign up here to volunteer with GLSEN Phoenix throughout the year
  5. Email Tara at taraz@glsenphoenix.org to be a GLSEN Phoenix Pride Captain at Phoenix Pride 2018
  6. Make a donation in support of GLSEN Phoenix’s work
  7. Click here to sign up for GLSEN Phoenix’s monthly newsletter with updates