Serving Keene State College, Franklin Pierce University, River Valley Community College and Antioch University New England
One Love Foundation: Escalation Workshop:
MCVP’s prevention team members are trained One Love Escalation Workshop facilitators. The Escalation Workshop consists of a 40 minute video, discussion and activation piece. The video follows a young, college couple’s relationship. Along the relationship viewers see subtle and dangerous warning signs that a healthy relationship is turning unhealthy and abusive. The mission of this workshop is to provide young people with the tools to recognize the warning signs of relationship abuses, remembering that emotional abuse if a major issue that is often overlooked and not acknowledged. This workshop also goes over bystander intervention and resources.
At the college level, we can either facilitate a workshop or be a support for trained students and staff.
Bystander Training: Stay tuned!
Consent Workshop: Stay tuned!
Screenings & Discussions:
Resilience: A one-hour long documentary, followed by a discussion that covers the ACES (Adverse Childhood Experiences Study) including: toxic stress, public health related illnesses, preventive measures and resiliency. This film is a great option for psychology, sociology, education and health related courses.
Paper Tigers: An hour and 40 minute documentary that’s set within and around the campus of Lincoln Alternative High School in the rural community of Walla Walla, Washington, Paper Tigers asks the following questions: What does it mean to be a trauma-informed school? And how do you educate teens whose childhood experiences have left them with a brain and body ill-suited to learn?
In search of clear and honest answers, Paper Tigers hinges on a remarkable collaboration between subject and filmmaker. Armed with their own cameras and their own voices, the teens of Paper Tigers offer raw but valuable insight into the hearts and minds of teens pushing back against the specter of a hard childhood.
Against the harsh reality of truancy, poor grades, emotional pain, and physical violence, answers begin to emerge. The answers do not come easily. Nor can one simply deduce a one-size-fits-all solution to a trauma-informed education. But there is no denying something both subtle and powerful at work between teacher and student alike: the quiet persistence of love.
This film is excellent for psychology, sociology, education and health related courses.
(COPYRIGHT: KPJR FILMS)
The Hunting Ground:
From the intrepid team behind The Invisible War comes The Hunting Ground, a piercing, monumental exposé of rape culture on campuses, poised to light a fire under a national debate.
In a tour de force of verité footage, expert insights, and first-person testimonies, the film follows undergraduate rape survivors pursuing both their education and justice, despite ongoing harassment and the devastating toll on them and their families.
Scrutinizing the gamut of elite Ivies, state universities, and small colleges, filmmakers Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering reveal an endemic system of institutional cover-ups, rationalizations, victim-blaming, and denial that creates perfect storm conditions for predators to prey with impunity.
(COPYRIGHT: THE HUNTING GROUND FILM)
Support with on-campus Clothes Line Project facilitation, Vagina Monologues, Take Back the Night, No Zebras No Excuses and the Red Zone Project.
For More Information Please Contact:
Megan Fulton, Prevention Educator
(603) 352-3844 x203 or firstname.lastname@example.org