Alaska Men Choose Respect Testimonials

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These short PSAs were funded through the OVW Engaging Men Grant Program. The videos feature short testimonials from men and women across the state of Alaska discussing the importance of standing up and speaking out against domestic violence and sexual assault.

These short testimonials show a diverse body of people, mostly men but also some women, discuss the importance of standing up and speaking out against domestic violence and sexual assault.

Excellent engagement and recruitment tool.

Alaska Men Choose Respect testimonials are an example of how short video clips from community members can be used as an engagement and recruitment tool. These PSA’s are Alaska-specific but could help to inform similar campaigns in other areas. The Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault is available to provide information about this community engagement strategy for those that wish to replicate something similar.

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