Youth violence and rates of youth homicide have been on the decline since the mid-1990s, however homicide still remains the leading cause of death among 10-24 year olds. More than 700,000 young people are treated in emergency rooms for non-fatal injuries as a result of assault and violence. These are attributed to emotional, social, and economic conditions throughout the United States. The following series of anti-violence slogans are aimed at targeting anti-violence actions and minimizing violent crimes in your neighborhood.
Act like a a monk, not a punk.
Act like you have evolved, Talk it out to have it resolved.
Bullies Never Win in the Games.
Can’t we all just get along?
Come up with a resolution, Violence is never a solution.
Do the right thing, don’t throw a punch or swing.
Don’t have a fit, use your wit.
don’t punch or hit, instead use your wit.
Forget the Beef… Where’s the Peace (with picture of a Peace Burger).
Freedom is the key to stop bullying… more fun in life… more education… more money in the future, Woop! Woop!
Give Respect… Get Respect.
Guns don’t kill, people do.
It is bright not to fight.
Just Cool It.
Kindness to All Is One Swagg Edition.
Make a Difference and Stop the Violence.
No matter the question, Violence is not the answer.
Non-Violence Is Life.
One Love, One Heart, Conceive of Making Peace and Sustaining Serenity.
Peace = Prevention.
Peace is Prevention.
Power to the Peaceful.
Save Our Streets.
Smarts you lack if you feel a need to attack.
Stop violence against women.
There’s no excuse for violence or abuse.
Those who live by the sword shall perish by the sword.
To have a fight is just not right.
Use your brain, Violence is insane.
Use your words not fists.
Violence Not Wanted.
Violence Prevention Is a Good Way to Go.
When in doubt, talk it out.
Where’s the Peace?
The number one crime committed in America happens on the streets and highways. An average of $865 result in stolen money from these crimes. Second on the list is offenses that occur in residences with an average $1,674 stolen. The below infographic outlines statistics and facts about crime in America.