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Men Can Stop Rape was featured on PolicyMic twice recently as part of their week promoting sexual assault awareness. Check us out in this article on engaging men in violence prevention and this article on preventing sexual assault in college.

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Join us for a Free Webinar on Healthy Masculinity: Establishing Sustainable Programming for Boys and Men

Join us for Healthy Masculinity: Establishing Sustainable Programming for Boys and Men, a free webinar on May 21 at 3:00 PM EDT from Men Can Stop Rape and the Healthy Masculinity Action Project. Attending this webinar will help you answer the following questions:

  • Why is Healthy Masculinity important?
  • What is Healthy Masculinity?
  • How can Healthy Masculinity empower boys and men to prevent violence, especially violence against girls and women?
  • How can I get involved with the two-year, national initiative Healthy Masculinity Action Project (HMAP)?

To attend, please register by clicking here. After registering, you will receive a onfirmation e-mail containing information about joining the webinar. Hurry, registration is limited and available spots are filling up quickly.


Men of Strength Clubs Honor Sexual Assault Awareness Month

MOST Clubs across the country were busy in April with special Sexual Assault Awareness Month activities. Here's a sampling of a few of them:

  • In Baltimore City, MD, City Springs Elementary/Middle School MOST Club hosted a youth forum to support and bring awareness about sexual assault. The event featured inspiring speakers and made an incredible impact on the participants.
  • In Washington, DC, MOST Club members across the city held open meetings to introduce MOST Club and concepts of healthy, nonviolent masculinity to their peers.
  • At the college level, two Campus Men of Strength Clubs held Healthy Masculinity Campus Conversations as part of the Healthy Masculinity Action Project. The Florida A&M University MOST Club held a day long mini-conference which included tables of resources, town hall conversations with panels of experts, a trip to a local teen center, and a Take Back the Night March. The George Washington University MOST Club also held a Campus Conversation featuring student leaders from fraternities, student government, and activist organizations.

Read about these events and more in our full article here.


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Register today for the upcoming Healthy Masculinity Training Institute. This three day institute will provide you with the skills to promote healthy masculinity in your life, your organization, and your community and for you to organize a Healthy Masculinity Town Hall or Campus Conversation. Find out more here and register here.

  


Sexual assault and domestic violence professionals: please help Men Can Stop Rape by taking a brief survey about our trainings. The surveys will only take 10 - 15 minutes of your time and the results will benefit everyone. If you are a sexual assault professional, please take this survey. If you are a domestic violence professional, please take this survey. Thank you for your time and for the work that you do.

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