Education / Safety / SSAIS

Title IX Is Under Attack And It’s Students Who Will Suffer The Most

On June 23, 1972, Title IX became law. Forty-eight years later, its letter and spirit are under assault by the Trump administration. I am joining SSAIS in their fight against these harmful changes, and I hope you’ll join me. SSAIS is determined to uphold K-12 students’ right to an education free from sex discrimination, despite … Continue reading

Education / Published Articles / SSAIS

Informative K-12 Sexual Harassment and Title IX Video is a Must-See

This article I wrote was published on jGirls Magazine 11/16/19. It has been republished below. Film Review: Sexual Harassment: Not in Our School! Video Teaches K–12 Students How to Address Sexual Harassment and Their Title IX Rights Genre: Educational Video Release Date: 2016 Director: Esther Warkov and Joel Levin Producer: Debbie Brubaker Duration: 1 hour 17 … Continue reading

Safety / SSAIS

Should We Teach About Consent In K-12? Brett Kavanaugh’s Home State Says Yes…And So Do I!

The following article by Anya Kamenetz was published on NPR.org 9/28/18. You may read it here or on the NPR website. I am inspired by Delegate Ariana Kelly’s work to bring much-needed consent education to K-12 students in Maryland. She has done what I hope to do in Florida and what I believe should be … Continue reading

Diller Tikkun Olam Award / Education / Girl Power / In The News / SSAIS

This Jewish Teen Is Revolutionizing the Way We Teach Kids About Consent

This article appears on the Kveller website and was written by Abby Sher. Thank you so much, Abby, for your work to help get the word out about this important topic. You may read the article on the Kveller website or here. Even before #MeToo became a viral hashtag, Minnah Stein — aged 14 at the time … Continue reading

Awards / Diller Tikkun Olam Award / In The News / Safety / SSAIS / Volunteerism

Advocating Awareness

This article written by Shane Donglasan originally appeared in The Observer on July 30, 2018. Minnah Stein has been nationally recognized for her work addressing sexual assault in Sarasota high schools. Minnah Stein is on a mission to educate Sarasota high school students about a difficult, yet pervasive topic. A 17-year-old recent graduate of Pine … Continue reading