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Bystanders No More, Engaging Men in the Movement against Gender Violence, 2/24

Hosted ny Sanctuary for FamiliesxA: 

 

Join us for Bystanders No More, a public forum bringing together policy makers, activists, and thought leaders for a panel discussion exploring men and boys’ stake in the movement to end gender violence, including:

How does gender violence affect boys and men?

How do societal influences promote and perpetuate gender violence?

How can men become leaders in this movement?

Details:

Monday, February 24th
6:00 - 8:00 pm

The McGraw Hill Auditorium & Gallery
1221 Avenue of the Americas 
between 48th and 49th streets
New York City (map)

Click here to register for this free event.

Featuring:

Ted Bunchco-founder, A CALL TO MEN

Casey Gwinn, President of the National Family Justice Center Alliance

Byron Hurt, Director and Producer, “Hip Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes”

Don McPherson, former All-American quarterback and veteran of the NFL and Canadian Football League

Angelo RiveraDirector of Sanctuary’s Economic Empowerment Program


Moderated by Pat MitchellPresident and CEO, The Paley Center for Media
Closing remarks by Peter Buffett, Co-Chair of the NoVo Foundation.

Presented by Sanctuary for Families in collaboration with A Call to Men.

This forum is generously sponsored by the NoVo Foundation.

 

Bystanders No More is on February 24th, but you can start learning about the issues now. Click the links to learn more:

A Call to Men's website provides education materials and ways to educate yourself, your friends and your community about men's role in ending gender violence.

Tony Porter's (of A Call To Men) TED Talk invites men to "break free of the Man Box."


Jackson Katz's TED Talk reframes the conversation around ending violence against women.  

The Verizon Foundation's Your Voice Counts Campaign highlights simple ways men can start the conversation around stopping gender violence.

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  • johanna

    ditto

    February 24, 2014

  • Barbara G

    Yikes....I thought I registered also but did not. Won't be going.

    February 24, 2014

  • avra c.

    This event has reached capacity. If you neglected to register, as I did, you can still get on the wait list through the registration link in the event posting.

    February 24, 2014

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