2020 WORKSHOPS

We are so excited to announce our confirmed workshops for the 2020 Summit!

Listed below are the titles of every workshop being offered.

You can find more detailed descriptions of each workshop in the Sched app, where you will register for the workshops you are interested in!

Session 1:

What is the Issue?

Friday, 5:50pm - 6:35pm

  1. 10 Signs: Identifying Healthy vs. Unhealthy Behavior

  2. Blurred Lines: A Look at the Social and Legal Perspective of Juvenile Sexual Assault Cases

  3. Boys Leading Boys: A Young Man's Role in the Fight to End Sexual Assault

  4. Consent 101

  5. Consent and Blurred lines: Sometimes It Isn't So Clear

  6. Do Unconscious People Want the Tea?

  7. It's Not Love®

  8. The Policy and Politics of Campus Sexual Assault

  9. Learning the Language of Consent

  10. Neurobiology of Trauma

  11. Sexual Violence and its Deep Roots in Early and  Secondary Education

  12. The Case for Pornography Literacy in our Schools

  13. The Criminalization of Survival

  14. Types of Abuse in Abusive Relationships 

  15. Why Athletes?

Session 2:

What is the Issue?

Friday, 6:45pm - 7:30pm

  1. A Dialogue about the Objectification of Black & Brown Bodies

  2. Blurred Lines: A Look at the Social and Legal Perspective of Juvenile Sexual Assault Cases

  3. Boys Leading Boys: A Young Man's Role in the Fight to End Sexual Assault

  4. Consent - KNOW YES

  5. I Have The Right To - Sexual Assault Advocates Lead a Discussion Group 

  6. Identifying Patterns of Abusive Behavior

  7. Intersectionality and Survivorship

  8. It's Not Just About Saying Yes or No

  9. It's Not Love®

  10. No & The Rest of the Conversation

  11. Sex, Media, and Adolescents: What's the Connection?

  12. Sexual Violence and LGBTQ Young People

  13. Sexual Violence on a Spectrum

  14. The Case for Pornography Literacy in our Schools

  15. Ways We Subconsciously Enable Rape Culture

Session 3:

Where do we go from Here?

Saturday, 12:50pm - 1:35pm

  1. #MeToo At School: Using Title IX to End Sexual Harassment

  2. And Then What Happens? Understanding and Navigating Sexual Assault Services in DC

  3. Bad Apples or Bad Roots: Acknowledging and Actively Dismantling the Normalization of Sexual Assault

  4. Beyond "Yes" and "No": Consent in its Many Forms

  5. Bystander Intervention - Gut Check

  6. Channel Your Stories into Change: Lobbying for Your Rights

  7. Comprehensive Sex Education as an Agent for Social Change

  8. Fight, Flight, or Freeze: Sexual Assault and the Brain

  9. How to Take Action at your School

  10. Men Challenging Street Harassment

  11. Pleasure > Power

  12. Storytelling for Advocacy

  13. Students and the Power We Have to Enact Institutional Change

  14. Teaching Consent: Building the Capacity to Love and Be Loved

  15. What Do I Want? Using Yes/No/Maybe/Fantasy Sheets

  16. When the Going Gets Tough, What do We in the #MeToo Movement Do?

Session 4:

Where do we go from Here?

Saturday, 2:15pm - 3:00pm

  1. Breaking the Silence and Media: What Comes Next?

  2. Communicating and Respecting Boundaries - It's More than Just Sex

  3. Comprehensive Sex Education as an Agent for Social Change

  4. Do You Know How to Protect Autonomy?

  5. I'm Not as Think as You Drunk I Am: Alcohol, Consent, and Sexual Violence

  6. Is it Possible to Find Meaning in a Faith that Endorses Rape?

  7. Legal, Ethical and Good Sex: What are They and What Do they Mean to Me?

  8. LGBTQ Inclusive Sex Ed: Looking at Consent Through a Queer- and Trans-Affirming Lens

  9. Men Challenging Gender Violence

  10. Pleasure > Power

  11. Storytelling for Advocacy

  12. Time's Up: Now What?

  13. The Traveling Heart Project

  14. When the Going Gets Tough, What do We in the #MeToo Movement Do?

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