Breaking Peaces: Babies Have Their Say About Domestic Violence
Represents what prenates, infants, and toddlers would say — if they but had a voice, and if we would actually listen — about experiencing domestic violence. Formed around a poem, with some of the words spoken by young children, this video presumes that domestic violence is an intensely up-close-and-personal phenomenon for babies, and teaches that babies have little choice but to respond, in some way. They may pull back, they may attempt to control, they may become compliant, they may become rageful, they may become perpetrators, themselves. But they will respond.
Suggestions are made, at the end, about action steps for grownups.