manKINDness Project High School Curriculum Reaches Over 250 New Students

JJ Pearce and Richardson High Schools became the most recent schools to complete the manKINDness Project High School curriculum for boys. Representatives from the Department of Public Safety joined Bill Morse last week to engage 253 student-athletes in a positive prevention conversation about human trafficking. The dialogue helped each young man understand the power he possesses through his voice and thoughts that translate into words and attitudes toward girls and women. To date, 331 high school boys have completed the training.