Teens of the Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence Youth Council want to help adults talk to kids about teen dating violence. And they have created an action plan to do just that.
With a letter to the editor, a letter to school administrators and parents, public service announcements, social media posts and a new website, the ICADV Youth Council will launch its new Stand4Respect campaign on Tuesday, October 21 during Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
You can help us get the word out. We are using a platform called Thunderclap to flood Twitter and Facebook with this important message.
What is Thunderclap? It’s a new platform that allows people to pledge a Tweet or Facebook message that is concentrated and unleashed all at the same time. Think of it as a massive flash mob on Twitter. It is completely safe and will automatically post exactly one message on your behalf. We need 100 people to sign on to make it happen.
It takes just 5 seconds to join. On our homepage, click the “Join this Thunderclap” link in the right column. Click “start with Twitter” and/or “start with Facebook.” That gives us permission to send your Twitter and Facebook friends this message at 4 pm on October 21: Stand4Respect.org … Parents can prevent dating violence by talking to kids. Share ICADV’s PSA and letter to parents at 4 pm on October 21.
Please share this email with anyone you know who can help us promote this important campaign. Thanks for your support!