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shnios-buxton is a free innovative video for K-12 parents, middle and high school students, schools, and community organizations. It’s about gender equality in education, students’ protections under Title IX, and much more. Video Contents  Media Reports  Excerpts on our YouTube channel.

As high school students plan for their new gender equality group, we watch them interview nationally recognized education, legal, and LGBTQ experts and learn from counselors, advocates, parents, and students. The video offers simple steps and engaging activities to make schools safer with equal learning spaces for all students.

In Part 2, a teenage victim learns about her right to privacy and mandated reporting when she speaks with a victim’s advocate.

was created by parents who know—first hand—how important this information is for K-12 families. Share the video and Action Guide widely. Use the Presentation Guide to invite others to start the conversation!

shnios-buxton is free of charge. Your tax-deductible donation helps to defray production costs and enables us to produce a Spanish language version. Thank you!

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Resources referenced in the video

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The assault that led to the founding of SSAIS
The Sexy Lie TEDx Youth Talk with Professor Caroline Heldman
Teen survivor Lauren Allen Proud Activist video and blog 
“Kyle, An Anoka Student” video. Read about suicides in Kyle’s district 
Carrie Goldberg discusses issues facing girls of color in the NY Times 
Grace McComas Memorial Page 
Ten percent of students are subject to educator and staff abuse 

SSAIS is leading the movement to address K-12 sexual violence. SSAIS in the media, Washington Post report and others on K-12 sexual violence

Intimidation of males, example article.

Learn about education equity resources at the National Women’s Law Center website

U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights

Economic impact of sexual harassment

Consent education: “As a Rape Victim’s Mother I know Consent Education isn’t Enough”

OCR Title IX fact sheet and NWLC fact sheet  to give school. More fact sheets.

Meet Rebecca Peterson-Fisher, visit the education resources  at Equal Rights Advocates 

LGBTQ fact sheet  Transgender Students’ Rights  Schools In Transition: A Guide for Supporting Transgender Students in K-12 Schools  gaystar

SSAIS Title IX checklist

Report on San Francisco Bay Area Title IX compliance  TV report on noncompliant schools

Meet Keasara Williams, Title IX Coordinator 

Dating violence resources Love is Respect JWI

RAINN resources to find sexual assault crisis centers by zip code Laws in your state 

Start a SASH Club (Students Against Sexual Harassment)  

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Fact sheets

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Know your rights

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Is your school Title IX compliant?

Problem with your school

Abuse by school staff

Films, online talks, and PSAs

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Sexual Assault Prevention

Sexual Objectification of Women

Healthy Masculinity


Combating Campus Assault (preview recommended)

Selected films on sexual assault (preview recommended)

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Books and Studies

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Talking to students

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New resources

#MeTooK12 Resources

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