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Domestic Violence Awareness

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Domestic Violence Awareness

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A mother escapes to a domestic violence shelter with her young daughter, where she builds up her strength and gains the courage to begin a new life. As they leave, the little girl gives hope to a frightened boy just entering the shelter. Age Level: 5-9 years

An 8 year old boy & his two younger siblings live in a home where the father abuses the mother. Age Level: 4 - 12 years

What Consent Looks Like | VitaminW

"My little black dress does not mean yes!" #feminism #equality #consent #rapeculture #rape #activism #stencil

It's still child abuse

Verbal abuse is still abuse.

I want to do this!

What is Sexual Assault?

Start talking now.

This is a customized power "power wheel" that we've created based on The Duluth Model. It can be used to help make teens more aware of #TDV and what it is.

"Jennifer Ann's Group" - Teen Dating Violence Resources

The Super Bowl is considered the largest human sex trafficking incident in the US

Enthusiastic Consent>Coercion Check out this tumblr for more Disney insight

House GOP Lets Violence Against Women Act Passed By Senate Die Without A Vote

A Window Between Worlds (AWBW) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to using art to help end domestic violence.

A Window Between Worlds - Art as a Healing Tool

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Every day 27 000 girls between the ages of 10 and 18 are forced to marry men (some twice or three times their age) they do not know or love. Plan B Nederland has started a campaign against force marriage called: 'I give the finger to early & forced marriages' to stop this attrocity of forced marriage and rape.

Mukhtar Mai is a Pakistani woman who, after being gang-raped, was expected to commit suicide. Instead, she prosecuted her attackers and used compensation money to start schools, a women's shelter and an organization to support women from around Pakistan. We have a chapter about her story in Half the Sky.

Female Veterans Say Military Kicked Them Out And Classified Them As ‘Crazy’ After Reporting Sexual Assault

A veil of gauze protects a patient named Zahara from flies in a burn ward in Herat, Afghanistan. Afghan women who set themselves on fire may do so to escape abuse at home, believing they will die instantly. Young girls often resort to this to escape arranged marriages. Yet many linger on with terrible injuries. National Geographic, June 2011, photographer Stephanie Sinclair

No one cares about you, stupid boy.


"It's not CONSENT if you make me afraid to say no." POWERFUL! #feminism #rape #rapeculture #equality


Everyone deserves a life free of violence and fear.