Montreal Youth Use Their Voice to Transform Their Lives and Prevent Violence in Their Communities: A Discussion of the Leave Out Violence Program

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Title
Montreal Youth Use Their Voice to Transform Their Lives and Prevent Violence in Their Communities: A Discussion of the Leave Out Violence Program
Abstract
The author describes the Leave Out Violence (LOVE) program, founded in 1993 by Twinkle Rudberg many years after her husband's murder by a fourteen year-old mugger in Downtown Montreal. Using a program of writing and photography, Rudberg created a violence prevention program to break the cycle of violence affecting the lives of many young people.
Publication
New Directions For Youth Development
Volume
No. 116
Pages
127-139
Date
2007
Language
en
Citation
Lekes, Natasha. “Montreal Youth Use Their Voice to Transform Their Lives and Prevent Violence in Their Communities: A Discussion of the Leave Out Violence Program.” New Directions For Youth Development No. 116 (2007): 127–139.
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