We Choose All of Us Campaign  

We Choose All of Us is a middle school and high school campaign to create culture shifts in schools and communities toward a world where everyone is valued, where everyone is safe, and where everyone can thrive. We Choose All of Us believes that we are whole human beings. We believe in our collective humanity and our deep connection to all living things.

We Choose All of Us campaign incorporates themes of belonging, community, social equity, stronger together, collective humanity, and other values that reflect our interdependence as human beings. Together, we can end gender violence – abuse and sexual assault – and all forms of domination and violence. Our choices have power and the choice to transform our communities begins with you!

In recognition of 2018 National Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, order the FREE campaign materials featuring the artwork of teen artist Tai Boutviseth on a series of eight posters featuring self-reflection questions, such as “How can we celebrate our differences?” or “How can everyone be safe, valued, and thrive?”

Order free We Choose All of Us campaign materials for your school, youth organization, or community by clicking here (Postage is required).

For anyone working on the prevention of violence, check out the RECENTLY RELEASED | Our Gender Revolution: Social Change to End Gender Violence Guide

For online ordering questions regarding the We Choose All of Us Campaign, please contact Lacey Sinn.

2018 | OGR We Choose All of Us – Poster Series

Select the images below to view a PDF copy of the 2017 We Choose All of Us poetry collection.

2017 OGR Middle School Poetry Booklet
2017 OGR High School poetry collection

Our Gender Revolution An initiative of the Idaho Coalition Against Sexual & Domestic Violence

OVW TA Provider Rural Grantees This project was supported by Grant No. 2016-TA-AX-K019 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.

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