We offer selected videos on sexual harassment and sexual assault awareness, prevention, bystander intervention, and the movement for change.
Rampant sex discrimination, sexual harassment, and sexual assault in K-12 schools exposed. This video discusses sexual assault and suicide.
Kristi was raped by a classmate. She doesn’t want to tell her parents. But she does want to know how she can return to school without having to sit in a class with her attacker. Who can she talk to for confidential advice? The rape crisis center suggested she call a victim’s advocate. Watch their conversation.
Middle School and High School PSAs
|High school student activist Minnah explains why she supports the work of SSAIS|
|Proud Activist and survivor of high school assault Lauren Allen explains why she supports SSAIS|
|High school activists Minnah and Lauren Allen talk about the facts of K-12 sexual assault|
|High school student activist Minnah interviews Emily Lindin, founder of the Unslut Project|
|Tumwater High School No More Group, an exemplary young men’s project|
|Berkeley High School Stop Harassing, exemplary high school activism to end harassment|
|Confronting Sexual Harassment Bullying from Pleasant Valley Middle School|
|Is Sexual Harassment Alright? High school made (trigger warning)|
|Professor Alissa Ackerman on sexual harassment, sexual violence, and students’ rights under Title IX|
|Vanderbilt student Allie Yan explains what she’s doing to combat K-12 sexual harassment/violence|
|Chellie Labonete on why educating K-12 students about Title IX is essential|
The Need for Change
“It’s On Us” PSA video to stop sexual assault
“The Public Rape Experiment” demonstrates how victims are ignored
“Hamilton College Students say No More” to excuses for sexual assault
“If You Loved Me” about the life-scarring effects of sexual assault from The Yes Resource (UK)
“The Sexy Lie” A leading expert tells youth how to navigate and change the culture of sexual objectification
“Break the Silence: Sexual Assault and the SART Solution” Young women talk about their fears of reporting and how community Sexual Assault Response Teams make a difference
Kids telling adults what they need to know to keep the discussion going
Prevention, response, and consequences of assault from P.R.I.C.E (Preventing Rape By Intoxication through Community Education), San Diego, CA–an unprecedented collaboration and unique resource
Consent and Prevention
“Consent Is Sexy: Students Learn the Power of Yes” NBC News report and video
Definitions of consent and important tips from Brown University students
“Without Consent It’s Rape” shows widespread devastation of rape (Northern Ireland PSA)
Men Against Sexual Assault
“It’s On Us” example of bystander response
“Violence Against Women—It’s a Men’s Issue” TEDx talk
How To Implement Bystander Intervention
Example of bystander intervention by men
Enactment of bystander intervention from Old Dominion University
Enactment of bystander intervention from the College of Charleston
Scenarios shown in an extended training from Cal Poly
Full-length Documentaries About Sexual Assault
It Happened Here. Explores sexual assault on campuses through the personal testimonials of five survivors who transform their experiences into a springboard for change. Available for download/purchase.
Audrie & Daisy. A documentary about the sexual assaults of two teenagers who then suffered abuse and bullying, leading to the suicide of Audrie Pott.
The Hunting Ground. An exposé of rape crimes on U.S. college campuses, their institutional cover-ups, and the devastating toll they take on students and their families.
Brave Miss World. This documentary follows Miss World beauty queen Linor Abargil from South Africa to Europe, where she speaks with rape survivors, to rallies on American college campuses and the halls of Israeli Parliament, all the way to the scene of her attack in Italy. It’s about the courage it takes to fight for justice and the making of an activist.
UnSlut: A Documentary Film. Features conversations with those who have experienced sexual shaming, including the family and friends of Rehtaeh Parsons, who took her own life after being slut shamed. Through interviews with sexuality experts, advocates, and media figures, this documentary explores the causes and manifestations of sexual shaming in North America and offers immediate and long-term goals for personal, local, and institutional solutions.
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