WEBINAR: New Toolkit for Discussing Sexual Violence With Student Athletes

Wednesday, 17 February 2021

Documentaries often uncover troubling trends and provide opportunities for change. RALIANCE is hosting a web conference to provide you with the tools you need to turn the documentary film Roll Red Roll into a helpful tool for teaching students how to prevent sexual violence.

Roll Red Roll, is a documentary film about a sexual assault in Steubenville, OH, and how it impacted the town and garnered national attention. Since its release in 2018, Roll Red Roll has led to conversations about rape culture, the role sport plays in sexual violence, and how to create lasting social change.

RALIANCE in partnership with the Roll Red Roll social impact team, Open Door Abuse Awareness Prevention, and MenChallenging has created two toolkits to help coaches, athletic administrators, guidance counselors, and sexual violence prevention advocates discuss the film with their student athletes and spark social change. The first toolkit adapts conversations, discussion questions, and selected clips in thematic sections for college athletes, while the second toolkit focuses on high school athletes.

Join PreventConnect on Wednesday, February 17 at 11 am PST/2 pm EST for a web conference to learn more about using these toolkits from the authors.


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