RICADV TWEET CHAT - #NOMORERI
Young people throughout Rhode Island participated in the RICADV's Tweet Chat
to talk about what love is (and isn't) during TDVAPM
In an effort to engage youth throughout RI in a conversation about healthy relationships, the RICADV hosted a statewide Tweet Chat on February 25 from 4-5 p.m.
The RICADV believes that discussions about healthy relationship behaviors and warning signs of unhealthy relationships help equip young people with the skills they need to identify abusive situations.
Local students participated, including those from Rhode Island high schools, youth groups like Young Voices (creators of this year's TDVAPM Public Service Announcements), and colleges, including the Johnson & Wales Gender Equity Center, who hosted the RICADV Tweet Chat for a second time.
These young people, and other RICADV partners in the movement to end dating and domestic violence, took to Twitter to raise awareness about relationship abuse and define what healthy love is for their communities.
The Tweet Chat also served as a forum for announcing the RICADV's #KNOWwhatloveis Instagram contest winners and honorable mentions, which can be viewed, along with other top photos, in the slideshow at the bottom of this page.
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Check out the slideshow of our #KNOWwhatloveis Instagram contest top entries below!
To view the photos on Flickr, where you'll find the full captions of certain entry photos,
click here, or click on a photo below.