When high school student Amber Steele wrote and self published her book, Understanding Faith, she never dreamed it would start a movement. It did!
The Faythe Project is an arts for social change initiative committed to the creation of an arts integrated academic curriculum that equips and empowers today’s youth to establish and maintain healthy early dating relationships. The project was founded in response to recent legislation that requires all school districts to adopt teen dating violence awareness curricula. We exist to support prevention organizations’ outreach efforts with materials that go beyond the assembly and special presentations that provide real life first hand stories. These are a vital aspect of Dating Violence Prevention but cannot change the tide alone. Unfortunately, assemblies and special presentations are too soon forgotten. Our materials explore the topic of dating violence as part of everyday learning.