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SAFETY ALERT:

If you are in danger call 911.
Or reach the National Domestic Violence Hotline
at 1­-800-799-7233 or TTY 1­-800-787-3224.
review these safety tips.

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Only 47 days before the start of DVAM 2018...

Week of Action - #TechSafety Saturday

Technology has a major impact on survivors. Newly emerging technologies are cause for conversation about the ways that this technology can be misused to harm survivors, but also how these technologies can help hold offenders accountable and be a source of connection for survivors. Take action:

Week of Action - Fame Friday

Support survivors by analyzing how we, as a society, talk about domestic violence. Domestic violence is present in the pop culture we consume – through music, movies, television, books, and media. Share how you are reframing these narratives to support survivors. Take action:

Week of Action - #PurpleThursday

Wear purple to show your support for survivors and for ending domestic violence! Share your purple on social media using #PurpleThursday.

Week of Action - #WokeWednesday

Take action! You can make a difference by advocating for legislation and elected officials that support survivors. Get involved: 

Week of Action - Twitter Chat Tuesday

Join our bilingual (English & Spanish) Twitter Chat from 3:00-4:00pm (ET). We will be discussing #Safety4Survivors.  Take action: 

  • See highlights from the 2017 #Safety4Survivors Twitter Chat in English and Spanish.

My Voice Monday

Have you helped pass legislation that supports survivors? Have you written an article about domestic violence in your community? Tell us how YOU are a voice against violence.  Take Action:

Week of Action - #SelflessSunday

Donate your time, money, or in-kind donations to your state/territory coalition or local domestic violence program.

Talke action: 

Indigenous Peoples Day Arizona

This will be the 4th Annual Indigenous Peoples Day Arizona celebration organized by Indigenous grassroots community members.

#IPDAZ18 will bring awareness to the continued systematic oppression that normalizes the murder and theft of Indigenous bodies. We honor life and celebrate our existence. We invite everyone to build on this journey for a safer and more just community for our youth, elders, and future generations.

We will have musicians, live art, food, and community gathering.

See you there!

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#ImAnActivist Social Media Campaign

This February, NRCDV builds on the campaign for Domestic Violence Awareness Month to highlight the unique roles and contributions of young activists in advancing social change work. For Teen Dating Violence Awareness & Prevention Month, young activists, advocates, organizers, and social change makers are invited to share “Why I’m an Activist.” Follow @NationalDVAM and join the conversation on Twitter at #teenDVmonth #ImAnActivist. Join us on social media throughout the month of February.

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