1. Life Imitates Birth Trailer

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    Traces the origins of love and violence to the womb and reveals how prenatal and birth experiences shape the lives of individuals and the course of society. Interested sponsors may contact info@TenMoonsRising.org.

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    • Coalition for Engaged Education

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      On July 16, 2014, the Arts for Incarcerated Youth Network presented a hands-on, experiential training day for over 70 probation staff. The Network, convened and facilitated by the Violence Prevention and Coalition for Engaged Education, is a collective of community-based organizations in Los Angeles County that provides arts programming for incarcerated youth. For more information on The Coalition for Engaged Education, visit: http://www.newvisionsfnd.org/

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      • The Dating Bill of Rights

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        Dating is an important part of becoming an adult, but it can also be confusing and frightening. This Emmy Award-winning program presents basic guidelines that clarify common myths, such as that "no" really means "yes." Abuse and respect, sexual stereotypes, how to break up, and preventing violence are all discussed, along with what true love is … and is not. Skits, dialogue, and quizzes engage the audience and present sensitive material in a very hip format.

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        • Sandra Shelton urges business people to volunteer to mentor teens with StrengthBank® strategies.

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          Sandra describes how the high school, early college relationship skills initiative came to be. Key is that the relattionship skills need is not being met as seen in: student disengagement, bullying, violent acts, drug dependency, truancy, etc.

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          • Teens Discuss Effort for Jobs, Prevention Programs

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            Ashley Delva and Angela Ojimba, members of the Youth Jobs Coalition, talk about their campaign to secure state funding for jobs, school-to-career, and violence prevention programs. Interview for BNN News. Aired May 5, 2014.

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            • The Let Us Make Man Foundation

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              The Let Us Make Man Foundation is a youth mentoring system that seeks to end youth violence in the inner cities of America. We are currently raising funds to host a weekend "Manhood Training Retreat" for at-risk youth. Please visit www.lummfoundation.com to learn more and to make a generous donation.

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              • HURT ME feat. Doe Cigapom

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                For more information, visit www.tnicolemusik.com Video Director: Charneice Fox Richardson Assistant Director: Damond Gordon 1st Camera: Jared Noe 1st Camera Assistant: Chris Williams Gaffer: Sharif Salama Grip: Brian Hmelnicky Grip: Andy Schoeb Makeup: Shana Janelle Swain Styling: Jarin Bakare Male Actor: Kerry A. Jr. Song HURT ME feat. Doe Cigapom Lyrics and Melody performed and written by Tiffany Okafor for Cole Sole Music (BMI) Produced by Steve Kupillas and Maltar Music Engineered, Mixed, and Mastered by Steve Kupillas

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                • W2C-Home Screen-StopCycle

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                  WILL TO CHANGE is the story of William Kozielski, a twenty-nine-year-old parolee who is breaking the cycle of violence in his community, and mentoring youth out of gangs and delinquent behavior. The film was created as a talking tool for youth and residents of Clarksdale, Mississippi, to address root causes of violence and to seek solutions together, and is available to support community screenings. The film will also be used by Mississippi Department of Corrections to support pre-release and re-entry programs starting in 2014. Please visit and "Like" our Facebook Page: facebook.com/WillToChange William Kozielski is available to share his story in talking circles with specific audiences in the state of Mississippi: • at-risk youth • addiction recovery groups • violent offenders • high schools and middle schools • churches • prison ministry programs • Mississippi Department of Corrections programs • conferences & special events Contact the filmmaker to organize a screening and/or to invite William to present his film to your group: alisonfast@mac.com Community Outreach: Since February 1, 2014, the filmmakers have been outreaching to the faith community in Jackson and the Mississippi Delta to grow networks of support, both for at-risk youth and ex-offenders who are re-entering society. Please contact us to Join this network. Locally in Clarksdale, "WILL TO CHANGE" is intended to support Mayor Bill Luckett's mentoring Mentoring For Life initiative launched on March 11, 2014, to match caring adults with at-risk youth for long-term support. • 73% of the children in Clarksdale live in a single parent home Talk to your pastor about becoming a mentor, or a point person for this program in your church. Contact Pastor Don Dunavant to learn more about Mentoring For Life (MFL): drdunavant@hotmail.com Pastor Dennis Hawkins is a resource for mentoring support and coaching: drdennisjhauking@yahoo.com Pastor John Givins is a contact to organize violence prevention programming and activities: johngivins@gmail.com Please c.c. alisonfast@mac.com, the filmmaker, on correspondence © Blue Magnolia Films, LLC & Corner To Corner Productions

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                  • W2C-Home Screen-Tattoo Table

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                    from Alison Fast / Added

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                    WILL TO CHANGE is the story of William Kozielski, a twenty-nine-year-old parolee who is breaking the cycle of violence in his community, and mentoring youth out of gangs and delinquent behavior. The film was created as an intervention tool for youth and residents of Clarksdale, Mississippi, to address root causes of violence and to seek solutions together, and is available to support community screenings. The film will also be used by Mississippi Department of Corrections to support pre-release and re-entry programs starting in 2014. Please visit and "Like" our Facebook Page: facebook.com/WillToChange William Kozielski is available to share his story in talking circles with specific audiences in the state of Mississippi: • at-risk youth • addiction recovery groups • violent offenders • high schools and middle schools • churches • prison ministry programs • Mississippi Department of Corrections programs • conferences & special events Contact the filmmaker to organize a screening and/or to invite William to present his film to your group: alisonfast@mac.com Community Outreach: Since February 1, 2014, the filmmakers have been outreaching to the faith community in Jackson and the Mississippi Delta to grow networks of support, both for at-risk youth and ex-offenders who are re-entering society. Please contact us to Join this network. Locally in Clarksdale, "WILL TO CHANGE" is intended to support Mayor Bill Luckett's mentoring Mentoring For Life initiative launched on March 11, 2014, to match caring adults with at-risk youth for long-term support. • 73% of the children in Clarksdale live in a single parent home Talk to your pastor about becoming a mentor, or a point person for this program in your church. Contact Pastor Don Dunavant to learn more about Mentoring For Life (MFL): drdunavant@hotmail.com Pastor Dennis Hawkins is a resource for mentoring support and coaching: drdennisjhauking@yahoo.com Pastor John Givins is a contact to organize violence prevention programming and activities: johngivins@gmail.com Please c.c. alisonfast@mac.com, the filmmaker, on correspondence © Blue Magnolia Films, LLC & Corner To Corner Productions

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                    • Sistema de Inteligencia Comunitaria para la Acción Preventiva : Tepito, D.F.

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                      Con el fin de facilitar la toma de decisiones en las políticas de prevención de la violencia, se creó un sistema que reúne datos existentes y de nueva creación para generar información relevante. OPI - Yo Propongo, diseñó una plataforma que permite identificar problemáticas y áreas de oportunidad a nivel comunitario, así como describir el contexto de éstas basado en cruces de información de estudios existentes y nuevos datos provenientes de los habitantes de los polígonos prioritarios. La plataforma comenzará mostrando la información relevante para los polígonos seleccionados pero podrá incluir más en el futuro. La participación es clave para lograr esto y por ello se desarrolló un levantamiento con la gente del barrio de Tepito, alrededor de 8 mil ciudadanos identificaron problemáticas de su comunidad pudiendo así ofrecer información útil para la formación de programas relacionadas con la prevención social de la violencia y la delincuencia.

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