Monday, November 19, 2012

Ways to Get Involved Online

The Speak Out Against...book tour continues with Brooke (Break From You) and Noelle (Outcast) and ways to get involved with online campaigns.

Speak Out  YA Book Tour


Hi everyone! It’s me, Brooke, from Break From You and Noelle from Outcast. We're here to raise awareness on dating abuse and bullying

Brooke from Break From You says: "As a victim of dating abuse, I know how important it is to speak out against these devastating issues. Breaking away from an abusive relationship is hard and it’s important to know that there are people and organizations out there to help. I’m amazed at how common dating abuse it. I just found out that 1 in 3 teens are in an abusive relationship. I thought I was the only one. So I'm here to share with everyone some ways to Speak out and get involved with online campaigns."





Noelle from Outcast says: "It's not always easy to stand up to bullies. Believe me, I know. But it's absolutely essential that you advocate for yourself anyway. Whether you're bullied at school, at home, or on the Internet, you can stand up for yourself by breaking the silence. Reach out to friends and family who understand. Or, connect with others through organizations or online chat groups. Don't make the same mistakes I made."





It's important to Speak Out Against...dating abuse and bullying. You can do so by joining an online campaign.

NO MORE Campaign 

 
NO MORE is a groundbreaking symbol designed to galvanize change and radically increase the awareness of domestic violence and sexual assault in our communities.
Let’s end the shame and stigma.
Get and share our symbol. Join the domestic violence and sexual assault movement in saying NO MORE…


 The Love Campaign 

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The National Dating Abuse Helpline, in partnership with Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott, have launched The LOVE Campaign. The Campaign:
  • Raises awareness of healthy dating behaviors to prevent dating abuse among 13-18 year olds.
  • Connects parents and schools to the National Dating Abuse Helpline.
  • Helps high schools meet the requirements of Texas House Bill 121.
I Choose Campaign

"I Choose" Anti-Bullying Campaign

The “I Choose” campaign is a challenge and movement for change. It’s about recognizing bullying for what it is: a choice. What you say or do to someone has the power to affect that person’s life. The campaign challenges people to stop, think and remember that their choices matter.

NO Matter Campaign
 

Stomp out Bullying.
Because NO MATTER
what you look like, what your race is, what your
sexual orientation is ....
NO ONE deserves
to be bullied!








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