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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Tuesday, 17 July 2018
Accomplishing the social transformation necessary to achieve a world that is peaceful, equitable, and just requires the collective power of individuals, families, institutions, and systems – each whose “one thing” adds value to creating and sustaining healthy communities. This is an invitation for activists, advocates, survivors, community leaders, parents, teachers, day care providers, health care professionals, faith leaders, social workers, attorneys, judges, law enforcement, government workers, and others with an interest in adding their story to our collective effort to end domestic violence!
Wednesday, 25 July 2018
Webinar Announcement 3:00-4:00pm Eastern / 2:00-3:00pm Central / 1:00-2:00pm Mountain / 12:00pm-1:00pm Pacific The DVAM 2018 action guide is here! This webinar will mark the official launch of the #1Thing message, offering an opportunity to learn about its purpose and the inspiration behind it, and providing access to free materials and tools to support you in bringing the message to your community.

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