Because love and respect go hand in hand.

Martha V, Jeantte R, Dana M

Our project is a collection of sources that let the user seek the help that they may desperately need. The collection of music, poems, and stories go to serve the purpose of helping the people that may need that extra motivation. Along with the music, the successful stories are put there to potentially inspire the people to leave those toxic relations.

Domestic Violence is a real issue and it must be stopped, too many lives have been ruined by domestic violence and we hope to stop it.

We are giving people the resources they need in a discreet manner.

We faced a problem with the buttons since they would not work at times. We overcame this by researching how to fix those issues and executing those actions.


Na Haumana is a Hawaiian word that means the scholars. Na Haumana is a group made up of three girls who believe that there should be harmony among all of us. Both love and respect are needed to have a stable relationship with one another. Love is a feeling that can be manipulated in many cases like in toxic relationships where the victim can be brainwashed into believing they are not good enough. We don not believe that people should be treated like this. We believe people should live in harmony although at times there might be arguments it should never come to abuse.

You can view the project here.

This project was made by Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program students at Cheryl Saban Self-Worth Foundation for Women and Girls at USC Marshall School of Business.