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Launched in 2008, the Colorado Men Against Domestic Violence (CMADV) campaign is building a community of men that no longer tolerate domestic violence through the following objectives:
  1. Raise awareness of the campaign through community outreach, the availability of an online pledge form and educational programs.
  2. Educate young men on what it really means to be a man – kindness and respectful behavior toward women.
  3. Challenge men to become role models for boys with their every day behavior. Act as a resource and referral source for local programs seeking to encourage men to take a stand against domestic violence in their own communities.
Over the past three years, the CMADV has partnered with several anti-violence organizations and domestic violence service providers including the National Organization of Men Against Sexism and the Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence. The campaign has also hosted numerous trainings and video screenings to explore how masculinity is formed and viewed in different cultures.

Since October 2008, more than 800 people have signed the CMADV online pledge signifying their commitment to end domestic violence.