View some of TAF’s Public Videos.
If you are interested in a hosting a presentation on the science of violence and compassion don’t hesitate to contact us at [email protected].
This summer The Avielle Foundation was invited to join HATCH a global network, movement, and a series of experiences designed to catalyze CREATIVITY to HATCH a better world. In September 2017 Dr. Richman presented to this dynamic and diverse group of thought leaders and change agents. Dr. Richman shared the importance of empowering others to advocate for themselves and their peers when it comes to brain health and illness to prevent violence and build compassion. #HATCHtalk #HATCHaBetterWorld #HATCHBigSky17 #AvielleFoundation
TAF was selected to present at the fourth annual PeaceLove Storytellers Event on May 18th, 2017. This was an amazing experience and we were honored to take part. Below is Dr. Richman’s presentation
Our First Public Video
(made by our high school interns)
A short intro to The Avielle Foundation’s Mission
Tough Mudder hired the Flatbush Pictures crew to come up to Newtown and film in December, 2014. They created this very polished mini-documentary that we are proud of. If you are interested in joining our Tribe Mud for Brains or, in any of our crucible TAF’Letics events, please write to [email protected]
Violence and Gender Introduction
For the past three years TAF has partnered with Mary Ann Liebert, Inc to publish a scientific, peer-reviewed journal exploring the intersection between violence, gender, and scientific research – Learn more here. This is an introduction to TAF and our work with Violence and Gender.