Dating Violence: Peer Education Offers Strong Dose of Prevention

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Peer educators (from left) Maritza Bostic, Kathleen Fletcher, Jay Connolly, Kristen DiMercurio and Zack Reardon with the nonprofit Speak About It prepare for a performance at Williams College.

Peers can be a most powerful prevention tool when it comes to teen dating violence. “A big part of peer education is creating a space where they feel ownership over the conversation,” says Kaylee Wolfe, program coordinator for Speak About It . . .

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