The designs of the Batman, Harley and Nightwing definitely harkens back to the ended back in 2006.
Nightwing looks slightly more modernized, as he’s lost that late ’90s mullet.
In less than a year, One Love has brought its programming – whether the Escalation workshop, the #Thats Not Love campaign, or the Yards for Yeardley community event – to nearly 400 colleges and 150 high schools throughout the United States.
Team One Love clubs are developing on campuses across the nation, proving that this generation is ready to lead the social movement to end relationship violence once and for all.
You can see the screencap in question below, which shows Harley riding along in the Batmobile with Batman and Nightwing, who clearly stopped for some drive-thru somewhere.
Katie Hood, CEO of One Love commented, “Our research – and sadly, Yeardley’s own experience – tell us that people in abusive relationships don’t recognize as unhealthy some of the behaviors early on that are precursors to abuse.
Helping young people understand these behaviors and see them as wrong is a critical first step in stigmatizing them and making it easier for everyone to speak up and help themselves, their friends and their loved ones to act before it’s too late.” The launch of the “Couplets” and today’s Nasdaq bell ringing coincide with a period of tremendous growth for One Love, which has partnered with a broad range of organizations from the Baltimore Ravens and the Jacksonville Jaguars to the Atlantic Coast Conference and US Lacrosse.
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