Across the country, teens are affected by intimate partner violence and growing up without the foundations of healthy relationships. Ending teen dating violence starts at home and in school, talking about what love, respect and healthy relationships look like. The Crime Stoppers of Houston Safe School Program brings awareness to schools by talking to students about what Dating Violence is, what it may look like and what they can do to keep themselves and others safe. Our Safe School video shows students acting out different Teen Dating Violence scenarios with two possible outcomes - one of which is the result of ignoring the signs and the other shows what teens can do to help. Note to school staff: This video is a tool to facilitate the discussion on Teen Dating Violence, Healthy and Unhealthy Relationships and should only be shown by a professional that has been trained to speak to students on the topic of Teen Dating Violence. Contact Crime Stoppers to set a presentation at your school. Note to parents: This video is a tool to facilitate the discussion on Teen Dating Violence and we encourage to watch it together. Note to students: Keep telling until someone helps you!
Views: 166665 CrimeStopHouston
An original short film/skit written and directed by KhristianArman Harrison. https://twitter.com/ArmaniJordanMD Performed by the students of Fairmont Heights High School. Written and directed by KhristianArman Harrison Tiara (Strong leader ) - Played by Kalani Grimes Zoe (Supportive friend) Played by Mya Miller Quan (Comic relief) - Played by Verlyn Simpson Dre (Passive friend) - Played by Nikolas Hubbard Erica (Victim) Played by Taylor Hammond Jason (Abuser) - Played by KhristianArman Harrison And a big thanks to our teachers, Marquial Mcmillan and Jonathan Weech
Views: 573489 WeLoveArmani
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Views: 8509 Maria Donisha Wix
This short film is about teens fighting and the violence path they choose to take in their world. It's a public service announcement school project a group of teens worked on. Links: DJ Jay (Jeremiah Adams) http://soundcloud.com/dj_jay_beats https://www.youtube.com/djjaybeats
Views: 8662 Rebounderz Parkour
Did you know that statistically 1 in 4 teens (boys & girls) is in a physically abusive relationship today? Join us on October 24th as we discuss Healthy Emotions and Attitudes in Relationships for Teens, recognizing the warning signs of abuse and identifying a healthy relationship. "Are you in a Healthy Relationship?" Please come and join the discussion on our Live Youtube show. We will be conducting giveaways for the audience. We have invited a few of your favorite YouTube Stars as well as some of your favorite celebrities. So please stop by, meet them and ask them your questions. We will also be live tweeting and giving away gifts from Verizon. Be sure and let us know below in our comments box if you would like a personal invite and for your chance to win some cool gifts. Don't forget to help support Verizon HopeLine by donating your old phone. You'd be surprised how many old devices you probably have lying around the house. Verizon will send you a free self addressed stamped envelope to make it very easy. The proceeds go towards supporting domestic abuse prevention programs. For more info: www.vzw.com/hopeline #VZWHope #Hopeline #DV
Views: 59341 MommyLovesTech
Please help me to create more films to stop domestic abuse: https://www.gofundme.com/domestic-abuse-awareness A short film focusing on the issues surrounding domestic violence and abuse. Written and Directed by J.Walker of (TLD) Cast Effy Willis - Sarah Kieran Clarke - James Ellie Hautekiet - Esther Esosa Uwaifo - Emmanuel Wiktoria Wabnyc - Abigail https://www.tldmusic.com https://twitter.com/TheLionsDen3 http://www.facebook.com/TheLionsDenOnline http://www.reverbnation.com/label/thelionsden http://soundcloud.com/thelionsden http://thelionsdenonline.wordpress.com/
Views: 636085 TLDTV
END Teen DV is a PSA produced by the Thrive Northumberland and Cobourg Media. This video project aims to raise awareness about teen dating violence; empowering young people to reach out for help if they or their friends are in an emotionally, physically or sexually abusive relationship. We encourage you to share this video to help spread the message. #ENDTeenDV Love is not suppose to hurt. For more information: visit: www.ndamc.ca follow: @thrive_north like: @thrivenorthumberland
Views: 16987 THRIVE NORTHUMBERLAND
1 in 3 teens will experience some form of Teen Dating Violence (physical, verbal, sexual, emotional, financial or cyber abuse) and the consequences can change the entire course of their lives. To get help in Contra Costa County, call 1-888-215-5555 or contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233. Created by: STAND!'s Youth Against Violence (YAV) leaders Ending song credit: Gabriela Santi
Views: 9522 STAND! For Families Free of Violence
Briana thought she knew what domestic violence looked like, having seen first hand the devastation it causes, however, when she found herself in a similar situation she wasn't able to recognize it from the inside out. Briana Neben is a Carson High graduate and received her Associate of Arts from Western Nevada College in 2013. In the following year, she was one of a few hundred students selected from thousands of applicants to participate in the Disneyland College Program. Upon her return from California, she decided to change her major to social work and pursue her passion of creating change. After completing volunteer training for CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) in Carson City, she seized an opportunity to serve on the Board of Directors and was elected as Board President at age 22 and held that position for two years. She continues to carry out her passion for this organization by currently serving as the Board Secretary. She is also a passionate volunteer for Advocates to End Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Response Advocates, and completed their volunteer training in 2015. Briana Neben is a Carson High graduate and received her Associate of Arts from Western Nevada College in 2013. In the following year, she was one of a few hundred students selected from thousands of applicants to participate in the Disneyland College Program. Upon her return from California, she decided to change her major to social work and pursue her passion of creating change. After completing volunteer training for CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) in Carson City, she seized an opportunity to serve on the Board of Directors and was elected as Board President at age 22 and held that position for two years. She continues to carry out her passion for this organization by currently serving as the Board Secretary. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
Views: 9855 TEDx Talks
This video placed 1st at HOSA State Leadership Conference. It was created to support healthy relationships & increase awareness about violent relationships. Link to HOSA: http://www.hosa.org/ Link to Kaity's Way: http://kaitysway.org/ Like & share please.
Views: 4482 Makayla Wall
This TV ad shows how violence escalates from emotional abuse. An NPSCC study suggested a quarter of girls aged 13 to 17 had experienced physical violence from a boyfriend and a third had been pressured into sexual acts they did not want. The ad's director Shane Meadows said "It's a message I fundamentally believe in, and it's what most of my films have been about - finding another way of leading your life." For more information about the campaign visit http://thisisabuse.direct.gov.uk/
Views: 83354 Jennifer Ann's Group
At a cafe, a teenage boy physically and verbally abuses his girlfriend. Is it just adolescent drama, or is it a serious situation? Who will step in? Watch what happens. WATCH FULL EPISODES OF WWYD: https://abc.go.com/shows/what-would-you-do Watch brand new WWYD episodes on Friday at 9PM on ABC! ►https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SUlwc... Subscribe to WWYD ► http://bit.ly/WWYDSubs Check out some of the Best WWYD? Episodes ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Htytu... Follow What Would You Do? across the web! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wwyd Twitter: https://twitter.com/WWYDABC Instagram: https://instagram.com/wwydabc/ What would you do when you think no one is watching? What Would You Do? (WWYD?) explores the varying answers with the help of hidden cameras capturing individuals who have been placed within seemingly everyday situation that quickly go ary. The individuals on this hidden camera show are forced to make tough calls when directly faced with situations of racism, violence, hate crimes, and other hot button cultural issues. Catch John Quinones reporting on these individuals as they make split-second decisions to intervene or mind their own business. WWYD? airs Friday nights at 9|8c on ABC. What Would You Do? (WWYD) is a hidden camera show, hosted by ABC News correspondent John Quinones, in which unknowing bystanders are placed in uncomfortable, and often compromising real world scenarios in public. WWYD’s hidden cameras focus on the average person’s responses and reactions to these issues of social responsibility. Topics such as gay couples being affectionate in public, date rape, racism and racial profiling, interracial couples, abusive parents, drunk driving, and harassment of the homeless are touched upon in this series. What will you do? Would you choose to intervene in these situations? Watch and join the discussion.
Views: 7113296 What Would You Do?
"The Signs" Teen Dating Violence PSA produced by Digital Bodega of the Ghetto Film School in collaboration with agencies from Long Island, NY.
Views: 66447 LI Against Domestic Violence
Author and educator Dannielle Miller joined hosts David and Sonia to discuss teens and dating violence. This was broadcast on channel 9's Mornings show, June 20th, 2014. To find out more about Dannielle's work with teens visit her sites: www.danniellemiller.com www.enlighteneducation.com AND for programs for boys viist - www.goodfellased.com
Views: 270 Dannielle Miller
No matter where we live, the signs and impacts of violence are seen all around us. Violence has a lasting effect on the physical and mental well-being of youth and is a public health issue that demands attention. Violence can include bullying, physical fighting, sexual and physical assault, or homicide. Although rates of violence vary across the globe, many teens are either victims, witnesses or perpetrators of violence - while at home, at school, or at work. Research shows that 22.6% of youth in grades 9-12 report being in a physical fight within the last year. 20.2% report being bullied on school property, while 15.5% report being bullied electronically. In addition,10% of high school aged students report experiencing physical violence and another 10% report experiencing sexual violence from a dating partner within the last year. Everyone can play a role in preventing violence. Take action by telling a trusted adult about your concerns and asking for help. If you are worried about being a victim of violence, ask someone in authority to help you develop a safety plan for when you are in a potentially dangerous situation. If you are feeling angry, remain calm, listen to the other person’s point of view, and try to seek different solutions and compromises. Talk to a friend about your feelings. If you have been victimized or have witnessed the victimization of another, you are not alone. Help is out there. Talk with a parent, a teacher, or a trusted adult. It’s important to seek help as soon as possible. Remember, there are a number of organizations whose sole purpose is to work with teens in the prevention and treatment of teen violence. You can take the first step by contacting your local health department, police station or medical facility for more information.
Views: 2655 Penn State PRO Wellness
Hello Everyone! This is my entry to a Teen Dating Violence PSA contest! I wish good luck to all other contestants as well! Much Love! Resources: If you or anyone you know is suffering from abuse in the santa clarita valley, please visit http://dvc-scv.org or call (661) 259-8175
Views: 5371 Johanna Jenneman
Dr. Peggy Giordano discusses her research on what characterizes teen dating violence and how it changes over time. Dr. Giordano also talks about how conflict over key areas within a relationship can increase the risk of violence. (Opinions or points of view expressed represent the speaker and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the U.S. Department of Justice. Any product or manufacturer discussed is presented for informational purposes only and do not constitute product approval or enforcement by the U.S. Department of Justice.)
Views: 1824 National Institute of Justice
Watch Domestic Violence Show online at http://dv.Pucho.com site. Day One offers free teen dating abuse and violence services in New York City. The Domestic Violence Show is about a Bronx Social Worker who Turns her Pain Into Intense Drama. She lived with an abusive husband for decades has turned her pain into an enlightening stage production.
Views: 295 DV Awareness
Violent Language and Sex - the Words We Choose Discussed by Dating Expert and Speaker, Mike Domitrz with The Date Safe Project. In this video, discover the dangers in how sex and sexual intimacy is frequently being discussed today in society such as hit that, tap that or smash. Parents (Moms and Dads), educators, leaders, teens, pre-teens, and people of all ages should know the content of this video. Middle schools, high schools, and universities should be sharing this video with students of all genders, expressions, identities, and sexual orientation. To reduce sexual violence of all kinds (sexual assault, sexual harassment, and rape), we need to create a culture of respect by asking first. We need to teach sex education that includes consent, bystander intervention, and supporting survivors. To learn more, visit www.DateSafeProject.org
I made this video for my high school student council and decided that I should show it to everyone. The song is "Nuvole bianche" by Ludovico Einaudi. I do not own the music just the video itself. Credits: Screenplay- Sarah Trcka Director/Creator- Sarah Trcka Teen Girl- Alexandra Brock Teen Boy- Patrick Bohmfalk Editor- Sarah Trcka
Views: 32668 Sarah Trcka
Teen Dating Violence PSA. "Dating violence is widespread with serious long-term and short-term effects. Many teens do not report it because they are afraid to tell friends and family. A 2011 CDC nationwide survey found that 23% of females and 14% of males who ever experienced rape, physical violence, or stalking by an intimate partner, first experienced some form of partner violence between 11 and 17 years of age. A 2013 survey found approximately 10% of high school students reported physical victimization and 10% reported sexual victimization from a dating partner in the 12 months before they were surveyed." ~http://www.cdc.gov/violenceprevention/intimatepartnerviolence/teen_dating_violence.html
Views: 312 jiggystar35