Helping Teens Stop Violence, Build Community, and Stand for Justice

Helping Teens Stop Violence, newly revised and expanded 2011 edition

Publish Date: 
2011
Media Type: 

This publication provides support for adults working with young people and was designed to be a companion piece to Making the Peace, Days of Respect and Making Allies, Making Friends. It helps prepare adults for working with young people on addressing violence and oppression by providing a theoretical framework for violence prevention work along with exercises in being effective allies to youth.

Includes step-by-step support for adult influencers of youth: teachers, coaches; counselors, etc., who are interested in supporting young people to become activists and to work to address issues of social justice.

 

May be viewed as a companion piece to support adults that are facilitating Making the PeaceDays of Respect and Making Allies, Making Friends.

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