A night to break the silence surrounding sexual violence featuring keynote speaker Sandra Kim, spoken work from Ellipses Slam Poetry and a perfomance by the Wildcats.
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Join us for a film screening ofThe Hunting Ground. This powerful new documentary has received wide acclaim for its exploration of sexual assault on college campuses, institutional cover-ups, and the effects on survivors and their families.
After the film, we will have a Q&A session to debrief how the film's themes impact our own campus. The following panelists will be available to answer your questions:
The general public are invited to join us for a conversation about Professor Tali Mendelberg’s recent book The Silent Sex: Gender, Deliberation, and Institutions and its significance for both men and women on campus and beyond. The book documents the impact of women’s lower confidence in public discussion settings, and how the dearth of women’s numbers can inhibit women’s voices, but also shows how women can be empowered by simple discussion procedures.
Join the SHARE Peers in designing shirts for The Clothesline Project. The Clothesline Project at Princeton is an opportunity to raise awareness about sexual and domestic/dating violence on our campus and in our lives. Survivors, co-survivors and supportive peers will design t-shirts with written words and images to illustrate their experiences, healing, and a personal commitment to prevent violence. Completed t-shirts will be put on display around campus.
Join Dr. David Lisak in a discussion on the motivation and characteristics of serial, non-stranger offenders and learn what Princeton's students, faculty and staff can do to prevent sexual assault on our campus.
Join us for a special presentation from Dr. Christopher Kilmartin, a college professor, author and professional psychologist. Author of the The Masculine Self, Dr. Kilmartin is an internationally-recognized expert on gender and violence prevention.
At his presentation on masculine socialization, Dr. Kilmartin will discuss the various social forces that pressure men into behaving and experiencing themselves in gendered ways. His talk will empower you with tools to name and resist these social pressures.
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