Kelley Hampton

Break the Cycle

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Director of Programs at Break the Cycle, a group dedicated to ending teen dating violence

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In the wake of arrests at Venice High School, we look at how campuses can foster safety and curriculum designed to prevent teen sexual violence.

Preventing High School Sexual Assaults

In the wake of arrests at Venice High School, we look at how campuses can foster safety and curriculum designed to prevent teen sexual violence.

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