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Welcome! This online resource guide supports the guests and listener's interests in learning more about the issues and topics Dem Black Mamas discuss during the podcast on March 1, 2018 at Cal Poly Pomona University Library.
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Provides students, K-12 schools, and organizations resources so that the right to an equal education is not compromised by sexual harassment, sexual assault, and gender discrimination.
TED talk by Anti-sexism educator Jackson Katz. "Domestic violence and sexual abuse are often called "women's issues." But in this bold, blunt talk, Jackson Katz points out that these are intrinsically men's issues -- and shows how these violent behaviors are tied to definitions of manhood. A clarion call for us all -- women and men -- to call out unacceptable behavior and be leaders of change."
It’s for educators who want to develop the skills to speak up themselves and who want to help their students ﬁnd the courage to speak up too. It offers advice about how to respond to remarks made by students and by other adults and gives guidance for helping students learn to speak up as well. We believe that modeling the kind of behavior we want from students is one of the most effective ways of teaching it. Featured a downloadable PDF and pocket guide.
Teaching Tolerance article. "In the wake of a convicted rapist’s early release, now is a good time to reinforce with students that rape is a cultural problem that all of us must stand against." CC0 by StockSnap
A book by Katrin K Pimentel that discusses theorizes about the problem of sexual violence and the opportunities for dismantling the cultural ideologies that maintain it as a silent epidemic. CC0 by Mohamed_hassen
This book by Alicia Eileen Barros Souza utilizes secondary data from the study, Rape Prevention through Bystander Education at a Northeastern State University, 2002-2004. The present study examined if rape myth acceptance is a predictor of perceived necessity for bystander intervention controlling for race, religious affiliation, sex, year in school, and income level. CC0 by RonaldPlett
Hooks describes how black men have been so dehumanized that they are in crisis emotionally and at risk within society and says the greatest threat to black life in America is patriarchal thinking and practices. CC0 by DrSJS