7 edition of Stop the Violence!: Educating Ourselves to Protect Our Youth found in the catalog.
by Judson Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||63|
The longing to belong is wired into our cells, yet on multiple levels of our society we actively leave people out. By denying some citizens basic safety and care and actively persecuting others, we foster the cognitive openings for acting on impulsive violence. The easy access to guns makes this social sickness easy to act upon. Educating children on the importance of caring for their mental health is crucial to their emotional well-being and quality of life. Schools for Hope is a free research based curriculum designed to equip students with the social and emotional learning tools for hope, as research suggests hope is a teachable skill.
Youth are leading the movement to protect immigrants from mass deportation. This week, Hampton students took to the streets over sexual violence, . The new academic year has started, and once again students are attending seminars on staying safe on campus. These orientation workshops typically focus on tips for how young women can protect themselves — such as be aware and stay alert, don’t get drunk, and stick together in groups. I’m sure all of this is good advice, but it misses what I have come to .
Many times our thoughts gravitate towards the extremes. For one, we riff on the pleasures of life: winning MVP trophies, giving commencements speeches, saving the . The Kent County Domestic Violence Community Coordinated Response Team (DVCCRT) hosted a speaker today in Grand Rapids who addressed the link between animal abuse and human violence. Rachel Newland–a health education worker with the Kent County Health Department–was the first speaker that the organization hosted as part of a new series of .
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Get this from a library. Stop the violence!: educating ourselves to protect our youth. [Wilda K W Morris]. Get this from a library. Stop the violence!: educating ourselves to protect our youth: leader's guide. [Wilda Webber Morris]. STOP THE VIOLENCE. STUDENT Table of ContentsAuthor Wendy Morris addresses what many perceive to be the nation's top epidemic youth violence from a variety of angles including gangs, identifying at-risk youth, television or movie violence, post-traumatic stress disorders.
Brian Moore. Program Manager, School Climate and Discipline, Delaware Dept. of Education. Brian Moore is the program manager for school climate and discipline at the Delaware Department of Education. In this role, he works with local schools and school districts to help provide students with a safe learning environment that supports academic growth and success.
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Shake the family tree and you will discover diversity in education, ethnicity, viewpoint and reading habits. Whatever family members are reading may be reviewed: fiction, history, theology, cookbooks, poetry, children’s. Inthe New England Journal of Medicine published a study on an extraordinarily successful campus sexual violence prevention program that essentially trained young women to “assess, acknowledge, and, if necessary, rebuff unwanted sexual advances.” The study found the program, created by Canadian psychologist Dr.
Charlene Senn, to be a. Unfortunately, transgender youth experience bullying, cyberbullying, sexual abuse, physical violence, self-harm, and suicidal thoughts at significantly higher rates than most other youth. I am the mother of a young adult son who came out as transgender at the age of But youth violence is about more than school shootings.
When you include fights, gang violence and suicide under the umbrella term of “youth violence,” the statistics are frightening. Believe it or not, violence is the second leading cause of death for.
Violence against women and girls is rooted in gender-based discrimination and social norms and gender stereotypes that perpetuate such violence. Given the devastating effect violence has on women, efforts have mainly focused on responses and services for survivors.
However, the best way to end violence against women is to prevent it from happening in the first place by. It's the most urgent and highly publicized issue facing America's family: how to teach our children to protect themselves in any situation.
Based on the author's successful education workshop, which has been in operation since and has educated more t parents and children nationwide, The Safe Child Book gives parents effective and nonthreatening /5(11). Elizabeth Thoman, a pioneering leader in the U.S. media literacy field, founded Media&Values magazine in and the Center for Media Literacy in She is a graduate of the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Southern California and continues her leadership through this website, consulting, speaking and as a founding board member of the Alliance for.
The book Learning Good Consent provides people with an engaging way to learn about consent. It begins the conversation on how people can work to prevent sexual violence by discussing intimate sexual details through personal stories, rather than through an uncomfortable conversation with a parent, teacher, or another : Elise Sugarman.
Below you’ll find some precautions you can take to help protect the children in your life. If your child is in immediate danger, don’t hesitate to call If you aren’t sure of the situation but you suspect the child is being harmed, you can take steps.
Say Something a youth violence prevention program is focused on preventing gun violence (and other forms of violence and victimization) BEFORE it happens by attracting, educating and mobilizing youth and adults to identify, intervene and get help for individuals who may be at-risk of hurting themselves or others.
The students of Vermont Law School's "Domestic Violence & the Law" class had a task: develop a project to affect change in society regarding domestic violence.
We hope this blog will help educate, expand, and open your minds and hearts to the effects and roots of domestic violence. Please join us. Read. Comment. Help stop the violence. Tony Harris takes a personal look at Baltimore's inner city and an education system that has failed black Americans.
Baltimore, Maryland has come to be known as 'Charm City' because of its harbor, which attracts a vibrant nightlife and thriving tourism just beyond the harbor's calm waters is one of the toughest and most violent inner cities in the US.7/10(48).
Coalition to Stop Gun Violence. Work currently continues in the General Assembly to help reduce gun violence by changing the access to firearms. We are grateful for the work of Lori Haas with the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence and Gena Reeder from the MOMS Demand Action group as well as our own advocate, Lisette Johnson, and many others.
To highlight Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month (TDVAM), the Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women (CSVANW) is hosting a TDVAM Poetry Challenge on Instagram and Facebook for youth. TDVAM is a national effort to raise.
Today at four p.m. Eastern, we are taking aim at youth violence. Why all the bloodshed? What needs to be done to reduce and, hopefully, stop it? We're looking for solutions. Post your comments and questions now for our guests, including a youth violence expert and a child psychologist, and we may use them on the air today at 4 p.m.
Eastern.FUTURES seeks to influence public policy aimed at preventing and one day ending violence against women and children.
College & Universities. An estimated one in five women will be the victim of sexual assault during her college years. Global Violence Prevention. We believe that ending violence against women is essential to development, health.We must address racism, white supremacy, and racialized violence in light of Jesus’ command to love our neighbors—which, it turns out, is tied up in the way we love God.
While this isn’t a comprehensive resource, we hope to provide some starting points, some handholds to reach for as you climb up this mountain.