Dating violence bill of rights

Most blend issues of: Primary prevention: stopping violence before it starts - examining healthy relationships and gender stereotypes with Secondary prevention: addressing dating violence as it happens - examining bystander behavior and how to get help.

Target Audience: General Public President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden join with Eli Manning, Jeremy Lin, Jimmy Rollins, Eva Longoria, David Beckham, Joe Torre and Andy Katz in this June 2012 PSA to raise awareness about dating violence.

While girls are by far the most often abused, the fact that boys also can be victims of dating abuse is discussed.

Purchase info Target Audience: Parents and other influential adults Shows, contests and online tools are aimed at halting the spread of sexting and cyberbullying.

Jackson Katz and Jean Kilbourne show how drinking alcohol affects the lives of real young men and women.

View PSATarget Audience: High School, Early College Dating is an important part of becoming an adult. This Emmy Award-winning program looks at common myths, such as "no" really means, "yes." Abuse and respect, sexual stereotypes, how to break up, and preventing violence are all discussed, along with what love is … Purchase info Target Audience: 6th Grade This program explores how abusers use violence and separate their partners from friends and family in order to gain complete control.

Real teens talk about what they think abuse is and why they may be at risk for abuse in romantic relationships.

A Thin Line can be used as a talking tool to open up a conversation on digital abuse, test awareness, and help encourage action on the issue at home or in school.

Offers access to additional resources and curricula that can be paired with the videos and PSAs (in the Start A Conversation section).

While most of the story takes place in Minnesota, filming also occurred in New York and Baltimore.

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