Violence/Bullying/Abuse

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Lateral Violence

Subject: 
Lateral Violence
Minutes Long: 
20 min.

Through the eyes of future and present leaders in the Aboriginal community, Lateral Violence takes a look within our own Nations, communities, organizations and families. (2006)

Produced By: 
Bearpaw Productions

Bullying & Gangs

Subject: 
Bullying
Minutes Long: 
24

BULLYING & GANGS
Is violence growing among youth in Aboriginal communities?
This episode examines these questions, as well as some of the realities around gangs, bullying and violence.  2003

Produced By: 
Kinetic Video

Hidden: Elder Abuse in Aboriginal Communities

Subject: 
Abuse - Bullying
Minutes Long: 
13

Elder Abuse- it’s a hidden and poorly understood form of abuse that hurts individuals and destroys families. And it happens in Aboriginal communities, where the past traumas from the residential school system often play out in intergenerational abuse.  Hidden: Elder Abuse in Aboriginal Communities, Bear Paw Media Productions looks at intergenerational abuse and how it eats away at the fabric of families, while also showing how patterns of abuse can be turned around through restorative justice, the legal system and combinations of the two.

Produced By: 
Bear Paw Media Productions

Love Control

Subject: 
Violence-Abuse
Minutes Long: 
7

The key messages of the DVD, and its goals as a prevention tool, are to honor women’s voices and create safe debate. It aims to develop young people’s critical thinking by informing them and by seeding ideas and creating an emotional space so that young people are challenged and motivated sensitively.   2010

Produced By: 
Women's Health in the North Production

Fighting Chance

Subject: 
Violence - addiction prevention
Minutes Long: 
10

This is the story of 13 year old Joey Lightning, who is following in the dangerous footsteps of his older brother, surrounded by drugs, violence and the gang. Suddenly, Joey’s life changes when he gets busted for break and enter. Joey finds himself standing before a judge. Is this the moment that Joey finally gets a Fighting Chance? This cutting-edge animated film follows Joey on his journey of re-discovering his Aboriginal identity. It teaches youth that, although you can’t change the past, you can break its cycle.

    2011

Produced By: 
Bear Paw Media Productions

Cyber Bullying

Subject: 
Bullying
Minutes Long: 
23

Cyber Bullying gives viewers a rare glimpse into the true nature of cyber bullying. This documentary follows the lives of four youth and explores how technology has changed everything about how kids relate to each other-and the dangers that come with instant communication in public forums. Canadian cyber bullying expert Dr. Shaheen Shariff is also featured in the film.  2012

 

Produced By: 
Bear Paw Media Productions

Date Rape - A Violation Of Trust

Subject: 
Rape/Sexual Assult
Minutes Long: 
29 min.

To the average student, the definitions of date rape and sexual assault are notoriously unclear. Use this program to eliminate the confusion so young adults understand exactly what these things are.  (2008)

Produced By: 
Cambridge Education

Bullying

Subject: 
Bullying/Abuse
Minutes Long: 
24 min.

The two videos on this DVD were created to help middle school students, staff members, and parents come to a common understanding of the definition of bullying, the impact bullying can have on all involved, and what steps can be taken to address and prevent bullying. (2010)

Produced By: 
Hazelden Foundation

Violence In The Family: Real People

Subject: 
Crisis management
Minutes Long: 
30

Designed to offer understanding and real help to teens who live in the estimated one out of four families in which violence occurs.  Interweaving first person accounts by teens that grew up in violent homes, dramatic stories, and interviews with experts, program helps viewers distinguish what is normal family life and what is not, and learn coping skills.  Defines and illustrates examples of verbal and emotional abuse. 

Produced By: 
Sunburst Communications

Taking A Stand - Youth Against Violence

Subject: 
Youth violence
Minutes Long: 
16

Classroom workshop by the students of the Vancouver Youth Theatre.  The workshop shows students a series of vignettes illustrating examples and what youth gangs can do to stop violence against youth.  Students participate in the examples.

Produced By: 
Province of BC, Ministry of the Attorney General
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