On Monday, February 28, MTA raised awareness for Shalom Task Force’s important programs and services by hosting Go Purple Day. Coordinated by Juniors and Shalom Task Force Fellows, Avi Blachman, Isaac Cohen, Aryeh Manevitz, and Eitan Rochwarger, the day was dedicated to promoting education and awareness around healthy relationships through shiurim, programs, discussions, tz’dakah campaigns, and purple-themed giveaways. Go Purple Day is the culmination of the Shalom Task Force Purple Fellowship, where MTA’s Shalom Task Force Fellows joined students from schools across the United States and Canada to develop their leadership skills through the lens of domestic abuse education. The Fellowship consists of a nine-week curriculum taught once a week over Zoom by Shalom Task Force’s staff and exciting guest lecturers. Topics included healthy relationships, red flags, boundaries, supporting a friend, stigma, barriers to coming forward, event planning, elevator pitches, fundraising, and advocacy.