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“Nowadays, people are more willing to speak up.” Program counselor Brittany Elms said she believes it's not just students who benefit.
“There are teachers who have referred students to us,” she said.
Between the games, students showed a video shot at the high school in which students identified basic rights that those involved in relationships should expect from their partners.
Expect Respect is a program overseen by the Center for Victims based in Mc Keesport.
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Pam Fetch, a nurse at the high school, said the group's message of respect seems to be making a difference.