April 21, 2011
Due to a recent grant from Gov. Rick Perry’s Criminal Justice Department, MindWarp was given the honorable privilege of providing creative media to promote healthy relationships in the El Paso community and surrounding rural areas.
In collaboration with the El Paso County Attorney’s Office and the 34th Judicial District Attorney’s Office, we successfully provided culturally sensitive and accessible marketing materials about domestic abuse and dating violence.
The cultural campaign name, logo, four short films, and interactive website are all attributed to our hard working and talented team of filmmakers, writers, directors, programmers and graphic designers.
With both the County and District Attorney Offices impressed with our work, they eagerly look forward to a better, more educated, and healthier community.
Our additional domestic abuse videos will be shown to leaders and victims in our community. These videos and all other campaign materials focus on the recognition of warning signs of abuse and the availability of intervention and prevention services.
Due to our rewarding project experience towards this vital initiative, we are more than pleased to share the launch of our Teen Dating/Domestic Abuse campaign, “No Te Dejes/Don’t Let Yourself.”
Support the campaign by checking out the videos below and sharing the interactive website www.dontletyourself.org. A spanish version on the website will be coming soon.