Category Archives: prevention

Choose KBEP This Giving Tuesday

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… Continue Reading

Pay Inequity in Hollywood

  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… Continue Reading

National Say Something Week 2019

    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… Continue Reading

Happy “Gal”entine’s Day!

It’s Galentine’s Day. . . For those Parks and Rec fans, Galentine’s Day is a holiday you know well, and may even look forward to each February 13th. It’s a day for women, no matter if they’re single or partnered-up, to come together and celebrate their lady friendships. Yes, Galentine’s Day is an extraordinary excuse… Continue Reading

KBEP Honors Black History Month

The Katie Brown Educational Program is excited to celebrate Black history and learn more about the experiences of Black peoples in the United States and beyond. Black History Month began as Negro History Week in 1926 when Historian Carter G. Woodson and the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History declared its celebration… Continue Reading

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

  Teen dating violence (TDV) is defined as a pattern of abuse or threat of abuse against teenage dating partners, occurring in different forms, including verbal, emotional, physical, sexual and digital. Every year, approximately 1.5 million high school students nationwide experience physical abuse from a dating partner. It is also known that 3 in 4 parents have never… Continue Reading

2…4…6…8?!? We’re Expanding our Team (again)!

Join our expanding organization and be a part of the healthy relationships revolution! We are an energetic, hard-working group of folks working for a small(ish) non-profit. We seek to change the world through violence prevention education and we’re doing it every day through team-work, innovation, and passion for the young people and adults we serve. We’re… Continue Reading

January is Slavery Human Trafficking Prevention Month

January is Slavery Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Human Trafficking is a form of relationship violence, as well as, community, and societal violence. It requires compassion and effort by all members of your communities to advocate, raise awareness, and disrupt this cycle of violence. Want to learn more about Human Trafficking? Visit the NSVRC website, MA… Continue Reading