Education / SSAIS

Powerful Video Series Starts a New Kind of Conversation About Sexual Assault

I love Teen Vogue! If you think it’s only about celebrities and fashion, you are wrong. Teen Vogue reports on a variety of issues that are important to teens. Like this piece I’m sharing with you today. It’s part of Not Your Fault, a Teen Vogue campaign created to educate readers about the epidemic of sexual assault. What they … Continue reading

In The News / SSAIS

Sexual Assault: A 21st Century Civil Rights Issue

The following is an article I wrote for Our Bodies Ourselves (OBOS). OBOS is a nonprofit, public interest organization based in Cambridge, Mass., that develops and promotes evidence-based information on girls’ and women’s reproductive health and sexuality. I am honored to be a guest contributor. For generations, Our Bodies Ourselves has empowered women to understand … Continue reading

Education / In The News / Safety / SSAIS

Free Video “Sexual Harassment: Not In Our School!” is Now Available

I am so happy to announce that Sexual Harassment: Not in Our School! is now available. I invite you to preview the free video and related materials at ssais.org/video and to share this game-changing resource with everyone you know. You can locate specific content using the Video Contents link at ssais.org/video. You may also click on the image below to go directly to the … Continue reading

Events / Girl Power / SSAIS

What You Missed at the It Happened Here Screening on USF Campus

Last night I attended the screening of It Happened Here on the University of South Florida (USF) campus in Tampa, Florida. I was so excited to meet Marjorie Schwartz Nielsen (the documentary’s producer) and Kylie Angell (one of the film’s featured activists) so I could thank them in person for their amazing work. I did, and … Continue reading

Education / SSAIS

SSAIS Is Creating A FREE Sexual Assault Education Video

I am so excited to share with you that Stop Sexual Assault In Schools (SSAIS) is creating a free video “Sexual Harassment: Not In Our School” that will be available later this fall to teach students, teachers, administrators, families, organizations, and lawmakers about Title IX rights and responsibilities. This unique video will go a long way … Continue reading