#AMAconSentido

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The Amar con Sentido campaign focuses on dating violence prevention. Through the use of imagery the campaign sends a powerful message about what a healthy relationship is.

La campaña de prevención Amar con Sentido se centra en la prevención de la violencia entre parejas jovenes. A través del uso de imágenes, la campaña envía un poderoso mensaje sobre la verdadera definición de lo que es una relación sana.

The materials were developed for Latino teens using catchy imagery and slang common among Puerto Rican youth.

Los materiales fueron desarrollados especificamente para adolescentes Latin@s, utilizando imágenes y coloquio comunes entre los jóvenes Puertorriqueños.

 

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