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Domestic Violence: Videos

Library and Internet resources about domestic violence and family abuse

TED Talks: Why Domestic Violence Victims Don't Leave

Leslie Morgan Steiner, Harvard graduate, writer/editor, and author of Crazy Love, shares her experiences as a battered wife, describes the occurrence of domestic violence in the U.S., and explains the unexplainable: why victims remain in abusive relationships.

TED Talks page with transcript for "Why Domestic Violence Victims Don't Leave"

YouTube: Public Service Announcement (PSA) "Listen" (911 Call)

YouTube page with transcript for "Listen: 60"

Vimeo: Monsters In the Closet

How does domestic violence affect family members? How can we help?
From the Adam Gault Studio with the National Domestic Violence Hotline and the Verizon Foundation

Films on Demand - Streaming Videos

Men's March Against Violence

On October 13, 2016, many University of Hawaiʻi students, faculty, administrators, regents, and coaches, and hundreds of fellow community members helped to raise awareness by participating in the 22nd Annual Men's March Against Violence. Read the article.

YouTube page with transcript
 

YouTube: PSA National Domestic Violence Hotline

YouTube page with transcript for "It Rarely Stops"

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