Green Dot Minute

Do you have a minute to end domestic violence?

Apr 26, 2021
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.

Jarl Gustafson

In advance of this Friday and Saturday’s spring membership drive, KBBI General Manager Josh Krohn,  Development Director Loren Barrett and Board of Directors President Nicole Arevelo join host Kathleen Gustafson to talk about KBBI’s finances, business plan and goals.

Listen for excerpts from KBBI shows and collaborations: Check the Pantry, Homer Grown, Green Dot Minute, Shakespearian sonnets and insults from Pier One Theatre's Mud Bay Bards and a song from last week's musical performance by Matt Hopper, broadcast live from Bunnell Street Arts Center.
 


 

Do you have a minute to end domestic violence?

Apr 19, 2021
Green Dot Homer

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

This week, we're talking about proactive green dots.

Do you have a minute to end domestic violence?

Apr 12, 2021

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.


 

This week's Green Dot example is about reactive Green Dots.

Consider realistic options. If you are a bystander in a situation where something seems off to you, or that seems to be escalating into severity, could you be direct with the people involved?

Do you have a minute to end domestic violence?

Apr 5, 2021

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


Green Dot is a way of looking at the problem of violence with hope that it can be solved and that we all have a role to play in solving it. As individuals, we have the power to influence our friends, family, coworkers and the world around us.