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Informational Videos

Education on domestic abuse provides the necessary knowledge and tools for friends, colleagues, neighbors, and communities to effectively support and assist individuals who have experienced abuse. - Please take time to view the following videos, especially if you or someone you know and care about may be a victim of domestic violence.

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"After years of escalating violence, Ajoa Ayeko says she finally decided to leave her partner when he tried to strangle her. Now, for the first time, she’s calling herself a survivor."

Warning: This video contains graphic, disturbing content, and can be triggering for some people.

NEWS, C. (2020, March 8). I am a survivor of domestic violence. YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8vdtgmnlhEI

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The Power and Control Wheel serves as a valuable tool in the field of domestic violence/interpersonal violence. It helps us comprehend the strategies that abusers employ to assert power and control over their victims. This wheel plays a pivotal role in our comprehension of the abuser's modus operandi.

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24 Hour HelpLine

Click on each Power and Control Wheel to learn more about the varying types of wheels, courtesy of Wynn Consulting:

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GABBY PETITO

Age: 22

March 19, 1999 - August 27, 2021

"She touched the world"

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"Ending Violence Against Native Women

Mending the Sacred Hoop works from a social change perspective to end violence against Native women and children while restoring the safety, sovereignty, and sacredness of Native women."

To learn more from Mark Wynn, RET DETECTIVE, visit: https://www.markwynn.com/resources/

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“Mark Wynn is woven in the fabric of the battered women’s movement” ~

Lynn Rosenthal, our country’s first White House adviser on violence against women,  2017.

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