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Its goal is to help create a culture — in schools and in society at large — in which abuse of others is not tolerated.Founded in 2001, in response to the murder of 20-year-old Katherine “Katie” Brown by the man she had dated on and off since high school, KBEP has reached more than 75,000 young people (grades 5 through 12) and adults across southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island since its inception.Students at both schools participated public service announcements that were produced by FRED TV.To see these PSA’s you can visit the following links: and The KBEP’s Prom Promise Program officially kicked off earlier this month with the first presentation at Durfee and distribution of Prom Promise Coupon Books with information on resources and coupons for discounts at area salons and florists in area high schools.
Early and frequent education is the proven foundation and channel for creating permanent change in attitudes and behaviors, reducing bullying, cyber-bullying, and dating violence and promoting respectful, healthy relationships.FALL RIVER — Nearly 1.5 million high school students nationwide experience physical abuse from a dating partner in a single year. This prom season, the Katie Brown Education Program is partnering with local businesses and area high schools to bring awareness of the issue of dating violence among teens. is a victim of physical, sexual, emotional or verbal abuse from a dating partner, a figure that far exceeds rates of other types of youth violence.District Attorney Thomas Quinn 1) What is your favorite Prom Memory?
That study specifically focused on Katie Brown Educational Program’s five-session dating violence curriculum. “During prom season, we often talk about the dangers of drunk driving which is certainly important," explained KBEP’s Executive Director Claire S. "Unfortunately, instances of dating violence and bullying are even more likely to occur as high school seniors celebrate the end of their high school years.
With new evidence that their programs do have a positive impact, KBEP’s board of directors and staff are looking for ways to expand the organization’s outreach. Our new KBEP’s Prom Promise Campaign is a perfect opportunity to promote healthy relationships among our young adults.” This first annual Prom Promise Campaign has really been led by the very people it hopes to educate.