Online Safety Resources
A support system for people experiencing online harassment, created by Hollaback!. Tools allow users to document the harassment they’re experiencing, create help requests for others to help document and report the harassment, and to offer and receive emotional support.
Provides info sheets on what to do if you’re doxed, talking to your employer, and password/login security
Covering anonymity and privacy when browsing the web, protecting accounts from hacking, managing personal data, phone security, security guidelines for using social media
Topics: protecting personal data, ‘disaster response’ for privacy breaches, activism
Topics include finding and deleting personal information from websites, using software privacy controls, identity theft, knowing what’s protected by law
Covers: doxing, passwords and logins, social media, gaming security, physical mail
Skills for Bystanders and Allies
A guide from the Southern Poverty Law Center on how to have conversations about bigotry and racism when situations happen in your community. Covers a couple dozen scenarios.
Portland Public Safety Resources includes crisis lines, emergency services, neighborhood safety, and victim services