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RESPECT! Challenge Action Toolkit

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The RESPECT! Challenge celebrates the everyday heroes in our lives by sharing inspiring stories from individuals across the country in answer to the question, “Who would you like to thank for teaching you Respect?” The RESPECT! Challenge Action Toolkit offers a variety of resources and tools, including discussion guides, conversation starters, fact sheets, and more.
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Coaching Boys into Men Playbook

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This Playbook provides "teach-easy" tactics and teachable moments to illustrate ways coaches can role model and promote healthy choices and relationships among youth.
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Speak.Act.Change Youth Advocacy Kit

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The Speak.Act.Change Youth Advocacy Kit is a service-learning, youth activism program designed to complement any basic dating violence education curriculum. The program gives students the tools to protect themselves and their peers from dating violence.
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Good Guys: Partnership & Positive Masculinity

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This curriculum explores issues of power and control, gender, self-esteem, masculinity and relationships, helping boys understand what it means to be a man in Judaism. Available for purchase from Jewish Women International. 
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Inclusion: NAD Position Statement

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This position statement explains in detail this organization's position with regard to mainstreaming Deaf children in school settings.
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Deaf Persons and Experts Speak Out Against Inclusion

This resource compiles writings from Deaf person and professionals who oppose the Inclusion movement.
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DV 101 Single Day Lesson Plan

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This lesson addresses dating violence by using a series of videos (available on YouTube) as the basis for group discussion about different forms of abuse. It provides participants with strategies for safely ending a relationship and for seeking resources for themselves or friends.
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Framework for Developing School Policies to Address Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking

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This guide will assist schools and school districts in developing comprehensive policies addressing healthy relationships and abuse intervention and response.
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Consent Campaign Guidebook

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This guidebook is a tool for middle and high school educators and students focused on core concepts of consent.
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Lessons from Literature

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This website provides free resources to help teachers incorporate violence prevention lessons into existing curricula. It suggests ways to use books and material already used in the classroom to facilitate discussion and build awareness about physical, verbal and sexual abuse.
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Girlhood Interrupted: The Erasure of Black Girls’ Childhood

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This groundbreaking study by the Georgetown Law Center on Poverty and Inequality provides data showing that adults view Black girls as less innocent and more adult-like than their white peers, especially in the age range of 5-14. This report represents a key step in addressing the disparate treatment of Black girls in public systems.