“No” Never Means “Yes”: Ending Campus Sexual Assault
Despite being part of a culture in which a video of fraternity brothers chanting “No means yes” goes viral, an increasing number of students who have been sexually assaulted on campus are coming forward about their experiences. In fact, it is student survivors who have ignited a national movement to tackle both the epidemic of sexual assault on campus and the well-documented lack of effective response from the colleges and universities they hoped would support them.
Join us for a discussion with survivor-activists, thought leaders, and advocates about the current state of campus sexual assault and what can be done about it.
Dr. Michael Kimmel, Director, Center for the Study of Men and Masculinites at Stony Brook University
Zoe Ridolfi-Starr, Title IX Activist, Columbia University
Farah Tanis, Executive Director, Black Women’s Blueprint
Anna Utsinger, Operations Coordinator, Students Active For Ending Rape (SAFER)
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