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Break the Cycle inspires and supports young people 12 - 24 to build healthy relationships and create a culture without abuse.
We are a culturally affirming organization that centers young people, caring adults, and communities in our prevention and intervention efforts.
The afterschool Training Institute provides a space for the youth organizers to deepen their understanding of social justice issues and intersectionality, as well as develop skills to become more effective organizers, advocates, and engaged participants in collective liberation work.
PBJ is a collaboration of Safehouse Progressive Alliance (SPAN) and Moving to End Sexual Assault (MESA).
As we all know, middle school is a time of finding one’s place both among one’s peers and within, literally and figuratively, one’s changing voice and body.
Grades 6-8 receive our middle school-tailored curriculum, principally developed from modified versions of our evidence-based curricula .
Peers Building Justice (PBJ) is youth group that uses arts-based projects to promote social justice and resist violence in our communities.
PBJ youth organizers explore how relationship violence and sexual assault are sustained by systems of power and oppression.SPAN’s curriculum is a K-5 violence prevention curriculum first developed in 1994 by Boulder area teachers, administrators and domestic violence educators.The learning focus of this curriculum is on social and emotional wellness.Using both active and collaborative learning techniques, students understand how to identify and constructively deal with emotions as well as engage in healthy, inclusive relationships.There is a strong focus on understanding and transforming the bullying dynamic so prevalent in our schools and neighborhoods today.For more information on SPAN’s violence prevention work in grades K-8, contact the K-8 Violence Prevention Educator by email or call 303.449.8623.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating