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Flirting or Hurting?

This school year has been unlike any other; however, the Center For A Non Violent Community (CNVC) has continued to work on new and innovative ways to support Tuolumne County students.

In the past, the team at CNVC would have visited many schools in Tuolumne County and presented on a variety of topics to students of all ages. However, this year local schools have closed or limited their campuses to outside visitors due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Various forms of distance and in-person learning models have also made for challenging schedules.  Additionally, the Community Services staff at Center For A Non Violent Community has been working remotely, as per COVID guidelines.

Due to these challenges, CNVC has used this opportunity to be flexible and grow creatively in new directions! This series is influenced by Nan Stein’s “Flirting or Hurting?” curriculum.  This was a youth-led project, and we had so much fun creating this series. Talented youth from Tuolumne County made every aspect of this series.  They wrote, acted, and directed all of these videos.  Together we created a news broadcast with anchors, reporters, and interviewees. To add variety to the news broadcast, we added commercials, a game show and utilized premade videos from AMAZE.org.

Shifting Boundaries News

A youth news broadcast that explains sexual harassment, healthy relationships, and how to set boundaries. Geared towards middle school and high school aged youth. Created by the Center For A Non Violent Community.

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For More Information

Jen Torres

Jen Torres

Community Educator

Center For A Non Violent Community
(209) 213-6279
542 W.Stockton St., Sonora, CA 95370