Partnership Against Domestic Violence works to end intimate partner violence and empower its survivors. The goal of the 2013 Teen Summit is to empower teens to "expect more and be more" in their relationships and equip adults with the tools to start having conversations with teens about healthy dating relationships. Participants can expect music performances by Grady High School Knight Train, an opening plenary facilitated by Men Stopping Violence, followed by breakout sessions by Magic Wand Foundation and CNN Headline News’ Christi Paul.
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Watch the summit live on February 2, 2013 at 11 a.m.
Annual TDV Program sponsored by:
Summit presented by:
PADV’s Teen Summit
Saturday, February 2, 2013 11am- 3pm
Breakfast, PADV Photo booth, Resource Lounge (Lodge Café)
Performances by: (Summit Room, 2nd Floor)
Knight Train (Grady High Drum Line) and Average Kidz
Michelle Miller (Verizon Wireless and PADV Board Member)
Sandy O’Meara (2013 Summit Event Chair)
Ebonie Gipson (Clark Atlanta University Avon Scholar and spoken word artist)
12:10pm - 1:15pm
Men Stopping Violence- I don’t love the way you lie:
Healthy relationships and teen dating violence
1:30pm – 2:30pm
Break Out Sessions
Teens- Magic Wand Foundation (Summit Room, 2nd Floor)
Adults- Christi Paul from CNN’s Headline News (Canyon Room, 1st Floor)
Wrap up/ Giveaways (Summit Room , 2nd Floor)
Lexi Babin (Singer)
Live recording of the summit sponsored by:
If you need to relax or talk to someone, check out our Chill Space on the 2nd Floor.
Special Thanks to:
Avon, Messages of Empowerment Productions, Atlanta Foundation, and IBM.