The loveisrespect National Youth Advisory Board (NYAB) is hosting Respect Week to get YOU involved in this February’s Teen Dating Violence (DV) Awareness Prevention Month. Don’t miss the chance to part of a million-strong movement:
Wear something (shirts, nail polish, jewelry, shoes, ribbons, hair ties, braces or anything else you can think of) orange in honor of teenDVmonth. And don’t just wear it, talk about it! Tell everyone why you are wearing orange. Try saying something like: “I’m wearing orange today to promote respect and healthy relationships!”
What better way to say Happy Valentine’s Day than helping your entire school learn about healthy relationships? On February 14, you can sign up to read the 3rd Annual National Announcement to Promote Healthy Relationships over your school’s intercom or throughout the day before each of your classes.
Take the lead on educating your community by hosting your own event. The NYAB prepared tip sheets on staffing an info table and organizing a candlelight vigil to get you started.
Ready to take action? Post your event on the official website for the month teendvmonth.org and tweet us @loveisrespect with hashtag #RespectWeek.