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Do you have a minute to end domestic violence?

Green Dot Homer

Hi, this is Jesse Felice from Haven House with your Green Dot Minute.

To find out about Green Dot training and events in Homer, search for Green Dot Homer on your favorite social media platform or contact South Peninsula Haven House at (907) 299-7712.

Imagine a map where each time a red dot appears it represents a moment when words, choices or behaviors contribute to sexual assault, dating domestic violence, stalking, bullying, or abuse. Now, imagine  green dots appearing on that map.

Each Green Dot represents a moment when word choices and behaviors communicate intolerance of violence. A Green Dot is pulling your friend out of a high-risk situation, checking in on a colleague you are worried about, telling someone to back off .

A Green Dot is posting on social media that you want everyone to be safe.

A Green Dot is displaying an awareness poster in your office, contributing to the conversation using Green Dot social media or getting someone else to step in if you can't.

A Green Dot is simply your individual choice at any given moment to make our community safer.

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