Dear KBEP Community, In response to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, the Katie Brown Educational Program will suspend all school-based programming effective Monday, March 16, 2020. In addition to our school-based programming, KBEP staff members will work from home and refrain from participating in community meetings, trainings, conferences, or any other gatherings effective Monday, March 16,…

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Today kicks off the 7th annual No More Week. No More Week is a grassroots campaign that seeks to increase awareness and prevent domestic violence and sexual assault.  The goal of the campaign is “to inspire everyone to make a change to help create a culture of safety, equality, and respect in our communities.” The…

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  Who WE Are! The Katie Brown Educational Program (KBEP) is dedicated to the recognition and prevention of relationship violence by teaching the skills and information needed to make healthy decisions in relationships. KBEP has developed an innovative and interactive curriculum, taught primarily to youth in classroom-based settings throughout Southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Who…

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This Giving Tuesday, our KBEP family is reflecting on how grateful we are for the love and support we’ve received over the years. Because of support from people like you, next year we celebrate 20 years of promoting healthy relationships through teaching violence prevention. While we are proud of this achievement, we know that we…

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    We’re Hiring! Click the link below and learn more about how you can be a part of our crew! KBEP Educator Job Posting        

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Educator Position  Organizational Overview: The Katie Brown Educational Program (KBEP) is dedicated to the recognition and prevention of relationship violence by teaching the skills and information needed to make healthy decisions in relationships.  KBEP has developed an innovative and interactive curriculum, taught primarily to youth in classroom-based settings throughout Southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island.  …

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  *Recommended audience: High school-aged and above “You know you want it.” Think of how many musicians have said that or a similar lyric in a song. ::cough:cough:: Robin Thicke. Mavado. Pitbull. Wyclef. The list goes on and on.  Now think back to literally every television show ever. A Different World. Family Matters. Friends. Kim…

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  Though some aspects of gender-based discrimination and bias in Hollywood have gotten media attention due to the spread of the #MeToo movement, pay inequality in Hollywood is still a major unaddressed issue. The scope of Hollywood’s wage gap becomes immediately apparent when comparing the incomes of top actors and actresses. According to Forbes’s annual…

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    In 4th-12th grade classrooms across Southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island, the Katie Brown Educational Program Educators discuss, with students, the harmful and dangerous impact of bullying or dating violence. Students share how violence, specifically emotional violence, could potentially lead a peer to consider taking their own life. Educators at the KBEP always reinforce…

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