The Hunting Ground Documentary Airing on CNN November 22nd – NEW TIME

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Big news. The Hunting Ground documentary on sexual assaults within college campuses will be airing on CNN television on Thursday, November 22nd at 8 PM EST. Will you be ready? If you or your chapter brothers/sisters want to process questions and thoughts after the documentary airs live on November 22nd, Greek University will be hosting a live periscope on our Twitter account, @GreekUniversity. Be sure to follow us now and then come back to @GreekUniversity for our live periscope at 10 PM EST on November 22nd to help you process the documentary, give us feedback on the film, as well as hear some of your thoughts as to how your chapter or organization can help fight sexual assaults on your college campuses. I’ll also share some best practices of what other Universities and Greek letter organizations have done effectively in the area of sexual assault prevention so you can start a similar campaign on your campus.

The Hunting Ground documentary, an overview:

A startling exposé of rape crimes on U.S. college campuses, their institutional cover-ups and the devastating toll they take on students and their families. Weaving together verité footage and first-person testimonies, the film follows the lives of several undergraduate assault survivors as they attempt to pursue – despite incredible push back, harassment, and traumatic aftermath – both their education and justice. An exposé of rape crimes on U.S. college campuses, their institutional cover-ups, and the devastating toll they take on students and their families.

 

If you need a speaker to come to your campus and have a discussion on sexual assault prevention, please contact me. Here is a breakdown of our presentation for college campuses:

Sexual Assault Prevention: Definitions, Consent, Bystander Intervention

Sexual violence is a serious and complex public health problem. We focus on preventing sexual violence perpetration before it happens to achieve the greatest impact. Our prevention strategies are consistent with best practices and are theory-based. From the individual perspective, we will build consent, bystander intervention, and healthy relationship skills with an evidence-informed interactive session. Attendees will be able to vote (live) using their cell phone on myths about sexual assault.

From an organizational perspective, we will show how to engage campus leadership to promote a campus culture of consent, safety, and respect. From a community perspective, we will highlight initiatives taken to strengthen and support enforcement, response, and reporting on and off campus. This session is only one small component of a comprehensive strategy. To change behavior in the long term, the challenge to the Greek community will be to develop a peer-to-peer awareness campaign to reinforce positive norms and skills related to consent and bystander intervention.

Learning Objectives:
1. Understand how you should respond when a sexual assault disclosure is made.
2. Understand the steps we can take on your campus to prevent sexual assaults.
3. Know the resources available on your campus.
4. Formulate ideas on student led peer to peer awareness campaigns on consent and bystander awareness for your campus.
5. Title IX reporting requirements.

Intended Audience: fraternity members, sorority members, incoming first year class, the entire student body

For more information on how to bring this presentation to your campus, email me at: mike@greekuniversity.org

Periscope with me live @GreekUniversity at 10 PM EST following the CNN broadcast!

 

 

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