NativeLove

Publish Date: 
2016
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The NativeLove project encourages Native youth to challenge harming dating norms and to restore traditional ways of loving, characterized by respect, honor, kindness, and compassion. The project includes a youth video/photo challenge, posters, social media campaigns, FAQs, teen resources, and toolkits.

Resources from the NativeLove project are designed to support and inform youth and educators in their efforts to challenge harmful dating norms, and to spark dialogue in Native communities about dating violence and healthy relationships.

Youth, teachers, mentors, and advocates can explore the NativeLove website to find dating violence statistics, toolkits, advice for educators, and more.

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This second blog post of the series from PreventConnect is about informing and advocating with funders and policymakers during this time of crisis. It spotlights Ujima’s policy efforts to support Black women and the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health’s guidance on strategic partnerships between philanthropy and grantees to best support families and communities.
Thursday, 23 April 2020
Children, youth, and families are experiencing intensified stresses and new traumas as our country and the entire world works to contain the novel coronavirus and save lives. This first blog of the series from PreventConnect unpacks the increased risks for violence in the home during this time of crisis and spotlights efforts by Center at McKinleyville in Humboldt County, CA and the National Compadres Network to support connection and care.

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