The ads will be featured on bus benches and bus shelters and on billboard space donated by Clear Channel Outdoor.Angelenos can find extensive information about domestic violence, including teen dating abuse and sexual assault, online at Mayor Garcetti also announced that the City of Los Angeles has been awarded 5,000 from the United States Department of Justice’s Office on Violence Against Women.
Truth Collective developed campaign videos which are airing on 13 WHAM ABC, FOX Rochester, CW Rochester, News 8 WROC, News 10 NBC, Entercom Rochester and 98.9 the Buzz. Download and print this standard letter-size poster to post at your work, in your local coffee shop, at school, or any other community locations you think would benefit from its message.
n/ LOS ANGELES — Would a bride standing at the altar vow to accept a groom’s slaps and punches?
Could romantic poetry include lines asking a lover to keep abuse secret?
“‘Domestic Violence Has No Place Here’ is a thought-provoking campaign that will bring new awareness to this crisis and start important conversations everywhere in Los Angeles and beyond.” The campaign, developed in partnership with the Los Angeles Police Department, pairs romantic tropes with starkly contrasting messages about control and violence — a juxtaposition that sends a powerful message to anyone who has been impacted by emotional or physical abuse in an intimate relationship, including victims, abusers, and witnesses.
Advertising agency Quigley-Simpson provided pro bono services to create the compelling and impactful campaign.