Gender Issues

#MeToo: Overcoming Sexism and Harassment Hollywood Style / Lauren LoGiudice

#MeToo:  Overcoming Sexism and Harassment Hollywood Style / Lauren LoGiudice

  #metoo happened and #TIMESUP was created … now what? In this entertaining interactive, multi-media lecture, students will find out how to navigate the terrain between #metoo and a new world. Through video clips, audio samples, and rare photos, students will uncover the stories of the fierce women and LGBT people  of Hollywood’s scandalous past [Read more…]

Permission to be ImPerfect / Julia Garcia

Permission to be ImPerfect / Julia Garcia

  Social Media is a world where anything goes, and can even go viral. It’s creating a platform to connect unlike any generation before has experienced, but yet, billions of its’ users are experiencing a virtual health crisis.  Join social media and social health expert, JULIA GARCIA, as she helps students navigate all sides of this tech [Read more…]

Left for Dead /Domestic Violence Awareness / Teri Jendusa Nicolai

Left for Dead /Domestic Violence Awareness / Teri Jendusa Nicolai

    Teri Jendusa Nicolai has survived the unthinkable.  Her ex-husband tried to murder her by beating her with a baseball bat, stuffing her bloody body into a garbage can, driving her across state lines and placing her in a storage locker in sub-zero weather.  26 hours later she was miraculously rescued less than an hour from death. [Read more…]

Heterosexism & Cissexism / Warren Blumenfeld

Heterosexism & Cissexism / Warren Blumenfeld

This one-of-a-kind program offers a unique approach to issues surrounding sexual identity, gender identity, and expression. Warren J. BLUMENFELD discusses how the fight to end heterosexism and cissexism is everyone’s fight if we are to bring about a less oppressive and more productive society for all. He invites heterosexual males and females, lesbians, gay males, [Read more…]

Spitting Game: The College Hook-up Culture. A Sexual Assault Awareness Program / Denice Evans

Spitting Game: The College Hook-up Culture.  A Sexual Assault Awareness Program / Denice Evans

This program highlights Sexual Assault Awareness and can help your school meet primary prevention initiatives. Topics cover the intersection of alcohol, sexual assault, legal consent, sexual health and wellness. It is ideally suited for comprehensive campus-wide sexual assault programming and can be framed within Orientation Seminars and First Year Experience formats. It covers peer pressure [Read more…]

Spitfires, Latin Lovers & Bandidos The Latino Stereotype in Film / Alma Martinez

Spitfires, Latin Lovers & Bandidos The Latino Stereotype in Film / Alma Martinez

* Who created the Latino stereotype and why? * What is the American stereotype? * Is there any truth in stereotypes? * Why are images of bandidos, maids and talking Chihuahuas offensive to the Latino community? Alma Martinez, a dynamic speaker and motivator, addresses the construct of the Latino stereotype in film and television and [Read more…]

Dare to Ask! / Phillip Milano

Dare to Ask! / Phillip Milano

Media appearances:   With 20,000 live student conversations and 10 million visits at DareToAks.com (formerly YForum.com), Phillip has found that opening up about the very things that ruffle our feathers — from stereotypes to insensitivity to microaggressions — is what helps us move past them. Students roll in the aisles AND gain powerful new insights in an [Read more…]

Claim The Dream – An Inspiring One-Woman Historical Drama with Dianne Dixon

Claim The Dream – An Inspiring One-Woman Historical Drama with Dianne Dixon

  Designed to educate, enlighten and empower people to respect the past, “Claim the Dream” dramatically portrays the dream of freedom, justice and equality for all. Audiences are transported across time as each character is colorfully communicated through dramatic monologue, dance, music, slide presentation and audience participation. “CLAIM THE DREAM” is a chronology of noted [Read more…]