(253) 470-8402

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YOUTH-CENTERED SEXUAL VIOLENCE PREVENTION EDUCATION

The Peer Education Empowerment League (PEEL - like a banana!) is a volunteer-run leadership development and sexual violence prevention youth program in Tacoma, WA.

 

We aim to build youth-centered spaces for young people to discuss prevention, intervention, and positive solutions to issues most impacting their community and themselves.  Our goal is to give young people the tools, resources, & support to collectively work together to stop violence before it occurs in the first place. Our work is rooted in an anti-oppression framework, where we work to actively address the impacts of racism, homophobia, transphobia, and other forms of oppression.

 

We are actively working to help build a culture of identity respect and consent - where people's boundaries, agency, and identities are valued, respected, and given the support they need and want. 

 

 

Youth ages 14-19 from across Tacoma work with trained volunteer staff to learn & discuss prevention-related topics (consent, boundaries, gender norms, healthy relationships, power & control, bystander intervention, and more!) From there, youth work together to create & lead workshops and community events for other youth at after-school programs and spaces across Tacoma!
 

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PEER EDUCATION EMPOWERMENT LEAGUE

 
 

Interested in joining PEEL, volunteering, or having us do a workshop at your organization or school? Please fill out our Interest form & we'll connect with you soon!

https://goo.gl/forms/w5KU5o90uqsNkuoD3

Tacoma, WA, USA

(253) 470-8402