Mobilizing and activating Generation Z youth to change the social norms that lead to abuse, will ultimately reverse the trajectory of domestic and sexual violence in America.
At bloom365, we amplify the voices, experiences and influences of young people to #UprootAbuse. We believe that young people are the leaders and change agents of today and tomorrow, so we invest in building the leadership, advocacy, community building, action planning and storytelling skills of Generation Z * to #UprootAbuse.
*Generation Z youth were born between 1995 and 2010
of joining the PAC!
As a member of the BLOOM365 PAC, you will have the opportunity to:
Connect with a diverse team of bloom365 Lead Peer Advocate staff, campus reps, interns and PAC members from schools across the U.S.!
Engage in meaningful conversations about issues facing teens and solutions.
Gain hands on experience in education, advocacy, and/or activism- great resume builders!
Learn from your peers and content experts in abuse and violence prevention to become stronger and effective agents of social change.
Partner with a network of Trusted Adult Ally mentors.
LGBT teens experience dating abuse more frequently than teen heterosexual couples.
The reality is that gender and sexual minority people are more likely than any other marginalized group to be victims of a hate crime. LGBTQ people of color are even more vulnerable to violence because they stand at an intersection of societal oppressions many do not face.