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Saturday, December 2 • 3:45pm - 4:50pm
WORKSHOP | 13 Reasons Why + It’s On Us on How We Can Change the Culture to End Sexual Violence FULL

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Led by ProtectHer founder Alexis Jones and featuring 13 Reasons Why actors Alisha Boe and Justin Prentice, executive producer Joy Gorman Wettels, and It's On Us representatives Lisa Napper and Zeke Thomas, this session will feature a discussion on how we can take steps to begin changing our culture and ending sexual violence.

Following the conversation, partake in an interactive session that will allow you to practice protecting yourself, being an ally to victims of sexual violence, and how to safely and effectively intervene as a bystander.

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Alexis Jones

Founder, ProtectHer
Alexis Jones is a self-described all-American, southern belle, Texas tomboy. She grew up in Austin with four older brothers, and later moved to Los Angeles where she completed a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations and a Master’s degree in Communication Management, both... Read More →
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Lisa Napper

Student Advisory Committee Member, It's On Us
Lisa Napper is a psychology and political science double major at Howard University, from Denver, Colorado. Lisa hosted a Take Back the Night event at Howard where she facilitated conversation surrounding a documentary she co-produced on the experiences of African American women and... Read More →

Saturday December 2, 2017 3:45pm - 4:50pm
Room #1