Learn more at tedx In the Mix is the Emmy award winning PBS documentary series for teens When loves turns ugly, you have to learn to walk away. Intimate partner violence surveillance: uniform definitions and recommended data elements, version 1.0. Music Hope by Kendra Springer Created by Fiona Asigbee, Mary-Claire Howe, and Lindsay Parsons Host Tamron Hall speaks to Jane Randel, Director of Love Is Not Abuse, about the newly released poll entitled, "College Dating Violence and Abuse Poll".
Next, we visit a program in New York where teens attack the issue of dating violence with a unique weapon: theatre. I made this video for my high school student council and decided that I should show it to everyone. Anthony Project Anti-Domestic Violence PSA paid for by White Buffalo Calf Women's Society.
The District Attorney of Westchester County tells teens about their legal rights, and we learn about the signs of abuse and where you can go for help. Written and Produced by Buffalo Nickel Creative; Ryan Red Corn, Bobby Wilson, Dallas Goldtooth Cast Father - Damon Leader Charge Mother - Summer Lunderman Child - Caden Whipple Song by Kodi De Noyer SPECIAL THANKS TORI WHIPPLE SARA FIELDER ATP-ROSEBUD SICANGU LAKOTA NATIONSurveillance video from a camera atop a Union street car wash building vividly shows you the frightening close up pictures of the first twister churning into the South End of the city late Wednesday afternoon.
"Appropriate for a classroom, youth group, or peer counseling programs, teens will gain an understanding of the issue and be better equipped to deal with it effectively."-Video Librarian "Used in an educational session, your video was well received and the group benefited from it immensely." --Rebecca Zwart, domestic violence advocate This program and others from the In the Mix series are available as DVDs, with performance rights and discussion guides, for educational use. Dave Del Veccio provided 22News with this terrifying reminder of a Tornado's force.
Call to action is need when it comes to educating college students about sexual assaults and violence.
This talk covers what currently colleges do and how we can change the system.
Ali Shahin is a senior at Skyline High School and a first-year participant in TEDx [email protected] Arbor.
An outspoken activist, Ali is particularly invested in combating gender inequality.
He is a peer educator with the Safe House Center, where he teaches high schoolers about consent and healthy relationships.
Next year he will be studying urbanism and gender studies at Wayne State University.