The rise of #MeToo has only amplified the need for more intersectional frameworks that incorporate meaningful grassroots collaborations with low-wage workers to unroot the status quo of rape culture.
What is it about male identity that links so undeniably with violence? How do we break these cycles of violence?
To create safe, supportive environments for all people on campus, programming must consider how the campus environment impacts violence perpetration.
At an anti-sexual violence program designed by and for janitors, 20 female janitors proudly proclaim that yes, they are somebody; yes, they matter. For some, it is their first time considering this idea.
What messages are your sexual assault prevention and education programs sending? They may not be what you intend.
Preventing sexual violence—and talking to athletes about how they can be part of solutions—requires more time than just a locker room pep talk. At the University of Kansas, we’re finally getting more of their time.