The above poster is currently one of three posters we have for use in American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) communities! The posters, part of two current Futures Without Violence campaigns: Coaching Boys into Men and Fathering After Violence, may be used in any community setting frequented by men and boys. This may include tribal offices, schools, gyms, batter's intervention programs, health care facilities and visitation centers.
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About the Coaching Boys Into Men Campaign
Men - as fathers, brothers, coaches, teachers, uncles and mentors - are in a unique position to prevent domestic violence through action and conversation. Over the past five years, Futures Without Violence has refined its public education strategy to focus on men and boys as a critical part of the national movement to end violence against women and girls. Coaching Boys into Men (CBIM) is the result of this shift - helping stop violence before it starts. The campaign's core goal is to inspire men to teach boys to respect women and that violence never equals strength. Learn more about the Coaching Boys Into Men Campaign. Alternate poster versions are available for diverse communities.
The AI/AN CBIM poster was developed by a committee of leaders working in AI/AN communities and on violence prevention and is co-sponsored by Mending the Sacred Hoop Technical Assistance Project.
Download and print this CBIM AI/AN poster