Dating Violence

Free PSAs for radio stations – Issue: Sexual harassment and assaults on college campuses.

Students of Howard Community College (HCC) of Columbia, MD have produced three public service announcements concerning the difficult and serious issue of sexual harassment and assault on college campuses. HCC’s Dragon Radio is providing your institution three psa’s: a 15 second; 30 second; and a 60 second announcement. You are welcome to broadcast any or […]

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March 11, 2015 CCSU hosts Jackson Katz – More Than a Few Good Men

Dear Colleagues: We are proud to announce that CCSU will be hosting Jackson Katz on March 11, 2015 in Alumni Hall at 5:30PM. JACKSON KATZ, Ph.D. is an American educator, author, filmmaker and cultural theorist who is internationally renowned for his pioneering work in gender violence prevention education and critical media literacy. Check out Jackson Katz on […]

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Dept. of Ed Issues New Gender-Based Violence ‘Dear Colleague’ Letter

The U.S. Department of Education Thursday issued a Dear Colleague letter to state school chiefs requesting immediate action to reduce gender-based violence in schools and to help ensure all students are safe. The letter and additional materials were released during a White House event on teen dating violence prevention, which was part of National Teen […]

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This year, the US Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights formally reminded schools, colleges and universities that Title IX prohibits sexual harassment and sexual violence.

The Year in Review – http://www.huffingtonpost.com/linda-hallman/the-year-in-review_b_1176796.html Posted: 12/30/11 03:12 PM ET   As 2011 comes to a close, it seems almost nonsensical to have to mention, let alone devote an article to, gender barriers. While women have made great strides, we still have a long way to go. Given the struggle to maintain our place […]

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Peer educators to tackle sexual consent

Peer educators to tackle sexual consent By David Burt Staff Reporter Yale Daily News Wednesday, September 14, 2011 This fall, Yale College is launching a new peer education program aimed at teaching students how to identify and prevent sexual misconduct. The program places three trained, paid students known as communication and consent educators in each […]

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