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TLC: Teens Create a Domestic Violence Awareness Graphic Novel

During the stay-at-home pandemic order, it became evident that mental health was an increasingly problematic issue. Being sequestered in their homes, teens would also be impacted by events in their domestic sphere. During this time, a worldwide trend became prominent: an upward spike in domestic violence. Time Magazine referred to this trend as the “Pandemic Within the Covid-19 Pandemic”. There was a clear concern about the impact increased domestic violence would have on the communities and families we serve and the teens we work with.

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Teen Reviews

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Someone to Love

At first glance, the book might appear to be a sappy love story. However, this story delves into a much more serious topic. The novel does not focus on the love between two people, but rather on the love for one’s self. It is about Olivia Blakely’s journey of self-love.

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