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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Wednesday, 19 December 2018
Webinar Announcement 2:00-3:30pm Eastern / 1:00-2:30pm Central / 12:00-1:30pm Mountain / 11:00am-12:30pm Pacific Norms shape our beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors, and influence our sense of what’s acceptable and not acceptable within a community or society at large. In this web conference, presenters will explore how changing norms can help us move toward equity, accountability, and justice and a more expansive understanding of gender — all rooted in respect for people to live free from violence.
Monday, 18 December 2017
"Norms shape our beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors, and influence our sense of what’s acceptable and not acceptable within a community or society at large. When we understand norms as a key factor that shapes the likelihood of sexual violence and harassment, we can see more clearly what needs to change and which strategies will be effective."

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