The library also includes violence prevention curricula for elementary and secondary grade levels, domestic violence training and resource manuals, and educational videos on a range of topics.Some materials can be borrowed; all can be utilized on the premises. Videos -Bullying 101: Basic Tools to Stop Bullying in Middle School -Bullied to Death (Investigative Report) -Bullying Prevention Presentation (CAC) -Cyber Bullying Webcast and Mentor Videos (i Safe) -Don’t Laugh at Me (Peter, Paul & Mary) -Investigative Reports: Bullied to Death (A&E) -Let’s Get Real (documentary where youth speak about bullying) -MTV’s Flipped: School Violence (Bullying) -Odd Girl Out (taped from television movie) -Stan Davis Bullying Prevention Faculty Training CD -Stop Bullying Before It Starts (Essex County DA’s Office – Prevention Project) (2) Back to Top Topic: Children’s Books on Violence Books -A Safe Place, Manuals/Handbooks -Community Policing Consortium, Introduction to Community Policing (Sectiion One, Section Two, Section Three) -Community Policing Deployment Models & Strategies -Conflict Resolution Education: A Guide (3), -A Community Checklist: Important Steps to End Violence Against Women (2) -A Guide to How Probate and Family Courts Handle Cases -A Guide to Selected Housing Programs for Families Who Have Experienced DV -Involving Domestic Violence -A Woman’s Guide to the Abuse Prevention Act -Answers to Common Legal Questions and Resources for Victims of Domestic Violence -Batterer Intervention Program “Where Do We Go From Here” NIJ Special Report 6/03 -Battered Women’s Reserve Manual, -Directory of State and County Victim & Witness Assistance Programs -Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Resource Manual -Domestic Violence Law Enforcement Guidelines 1997 (2) -Domestic Violence Resource Manual (2) -Domestic Violence Resources, white folder & blue MAAV folder -Domestic Violence Response Reference Handbook -Domestic Violence, Prosecutors Take the Lead, American Prosecutors Research Institute -Emotional Abuse, What It Is and How It Hurts Us, -Extent, Nature, and Consequences of Intimate Partner Violence -Family Violence Statistics, Bureau of Justice Statistics -For Shelter and Beyond, MA Coalition of Battered Women Service Group -Healing the Trauma of Domestic Violence, A Workbook for Women -Homicides Related to Intimate Partner Violence, -Quincy Domestic Violence Community Response Manual -Responding to Domestic Violence: A Guide for Clergy and Laity -Safe From the Start, Taking Action on Children Exposed to Violence -Survivor Therapy Clinical Assessment and Intervention Workbook -Supervised Visitation Programs, -The Police Officer’s Role in Prevention and Intervention Resource Manual (2) -Training Manual for Civilian Domestic Violence Victim Advocates in Police Departments U. Department of Justice Articles (black binder) -Uniform Enforcement Standards for Prosecutors and Police 1994 -Violence by Intimates, Bureau of Justice Statistics Factbook -Violent Injuries Among Women in an Urban Area / Risk Factors for Injury to -Women from Domestic Violence – The New England Journal of Medicine December 16, 1999 -Where Do We Go From Here?"If you go back with a man who hits you, it's because you don't think you're worthy of being with a man who won't," Winfrey said."I've said before love doesn't hurt, and if a man hits you once, he will hit you again." One of the teen girls who had been in an abusive relationship was Brittany, who is pregnant. Banks said that like Brittany, she kept going back to her abuser.I was at the top of my game, but I didn't feel good inside." Banks also talked about interviewing Rihanna and Brown and how they shared their experiences growing up in abusive homes.
By the early 2000s, Banks was one of the world's top-earning models.In a special episode of "The Oprah Winfrey Show," the host addressed the alleged altercation between Chris Brown and Rihanna by talking about domestic violence with teens who have been in abusive relationships.She also spoke with Tyra Banks, who shared her experience of being in an emotionally abusive relationship.Early on in his career, in February 2006, less than a year after making his debut at age 16 with the hit "Run It!," Brown told MTV News' Sway that watching his mother endure that abuse was "an influence in me about how to treat a woman." He talked about his hatred for his stepfather and said, "I used to always feel the hate for anybody that disrespected a lady. or just disrespected her." Based on the information she has read about the case and her 25 years of experience dealing with domestic-violence issues, Sheryl Cates, CEO of the National Domestic Violence Hotline and the National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline, said the intergenerational abusive behavior that Brown could be a part of is not unusual. "It can be unlearned, and I hope that he will seek some help to do that.