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Break The Silence Against Domestic Violence (2nd In Series)

More than 300,000 women and girls are raped, assaulted and abused in USA annually.

This number does not include those who are emotionally, psychologically and verbally abused daily. It does not include those who are coerced, intimidated, financially deprived and isolated from family.

Girls as young as 13 are in abusive relationships with 15-17 year-old boys who slap them around and who dictate with whom they may associate. Silence IS Affirming.  When you become aware of these abuses, please SAY something. She is NOT His Property. Parents, grandparents, friends, teachers and other adults need to probe and ask questions if you see tell-tale signs of domestic abuse, or if you suspect that something is off; your child is not behaving normally.  Ask questions.  Please..

Please do ALL that you can to put an end to these abusive relationships.  These patterns are established early.  Please Watch and Share this 10 mins very informative video segment linked below; it includes young men, and adult men and women of multiple ethnicity.  They are speaking out against domestic violence. This is the second in a three part series done by OneWorld, Inc.

https://youtu.be/ZnHUsGGIqoI  10 mins (A 1-hr DVD of this program is available from OneWorld)

  • If teenagers are slapping each other around, that is NOT about love; it is about physical abuse. 
  • Please step in and try to put a stop to that type of behavior. 
  • If your teenage boyfriend tells you that he hits you because you make him jealous,
  • Please talk to a trusted adult; get help to get out of that relationship.
  • Love is not about hitting; it is not about domination; it is not about control over a partner or a friend.  Love is not about being selfish, bossy and domineering.
  • Love is about caring; love is about self-respect and respecting others.
  • Respecting  a lover does not include hitting, bullying or verbally abusing that person;
  • it is not about dictating to whom that person can speak or associate. 

Call 203 789- 8104: 24 hour Domestic Violence Hotline for Greater New Haven

Emergency number is  9-1-1 & CT Coalition Against Domestic Violence is at 1-888-774-2900.

Children Abuse Hotline 1-800-842-2288 (DCF statewide line)

Visit CT Coalition Against Domestic Violence www.ctcadv.org/

 For help in Spanish: Para hablar o recibir ayuda, llama al 844-831-9200

To see all three segments of this video program visit OneWorld’s YouTube channel at:

http://www.youtube.com/user/oneworldpi/videos

OneWorld Progressive Institute seeks to inform the community on health literacy, education and civic engagement.   Our informative television programs air on Frontier Cable Channel 99, throughout CT and on public access channels Charter Communications Chan 21, and on Comcast Channels 10, 15, 18 and 26 at various times.  Please check your local schedule.

Visit our web site at: www.oneworldpi.org/  to learn more.  From our main page you may also visit our other contact areas such as our blogs, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

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Comment by N'Zinga Shani on March 20, 2015 at 3:55pm

More than 300,000 women & girls are raped, assaulted and abused in USA annually. Let's Break The Silence Against Domestic Violence. Read OneWorld's blog post on GNH Community and please share the blog and the video with others.

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