New Stop Bullying Website
Building on the momentum the Obama administration started more than a year ago to stop bullying in schools and communities, Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and Education Secretary Arne Duncan today unveiled a revitalized Stop Bullying website – www.stopbullying.gov – to encourage children, parents, educators, and communities to take action to stop and prevent bullying.
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Blog.USA.gov: Check out the official USA.gov Blog to find recent posts on anything and everything from the government. You can see the latest animal images from the National Zoo, learn about the latest census results, or see answers to questions the public is asking about government benefits and services.
Facebook: The USA.gov Facebook page is an interactive space where you can ask any government related questions. USA.gov answers the public’s questions every day, and posts information about historical U.S. anniversaries, the latest health studies and interesting factoids such as census results. You can also connect with other government agencies and resources from the USA.gov Facebook page.
Twitter: Follow USA.gov on Twitter for the most up-to-date news from the government. Join the conversation on Twitter, where you can also ask any of your government related questions. During emergencies, such as the earthquake in Japan, USA.gov helps connect you with the correct resources to find information on family abroad and your safety, all as fast as possible on Twitter.
YouTube: View the latest videos from across the federal government onUSA.gov’s YouTube channel such as tax filing how-to videos from the IRS, getting youth involved in the national parks and how to best prepare for an emergency from FEMA. Find informational videos put together by federal agencies, as well as winners from previous video contests. You can also visit the Kids.gov YouTube channel for fun, kid-friendly videos on exciting government careers, from designing money at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing to being a chef at the White House.
Spanish Resources: If you’re looking for federal government information in Spanish, visit USA.gov’s sister site, GobiernoUSA.gov. You can also get your questions answered in Spanish on their Facebookand Twitter pages, and view helpful how-to videos on theGobiernoUSA.gov YouTube Channel as well as find timely and important government resources written especially for the Hispanic community.
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