Save The Date for a very important event – Name it, Face it, End it: Educating to End Sexual Violence, Friday, September 21st here at HGSE. We are excited that Jackson Katz, Ed.M. ’92 will be our keynote speaker. Mr. Katz, an HGSE alumnus, is a renowned educator, filmmaker and author of several books. He created a gender violence prevention and education program which has been implemented in many organizations around the country.
Educators must be equipped with the knowledge, skills and tools, and motivation to prevent, respond, and resolve sexual violence in the school context. This interactive symposium will prepare K-12 and Higher Education practitioners for their role in changing school cultures in this post-MeToo era.
Join top educators, researchers, and practitioners for a cutting-edge symposium tackling tough topics related to sexual and relationship violence in schools. The Name it, Face it, End it symposium, with specific K-12 and Higher Education workshop tracks, will give you practical and tangible tools for understanding, responding to, and preventing sexual violence in young communities and school settings.
Read more here about why you should attend the Name it, Face it, End it Symposium.