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Preventing Sexual Violence: The Workplace, the College Campus, and Other Sexual Ecologies

Yale Alumni Association, Yale Club of San Francisco, and YaleWomen of Northern California present this Title IX Talk.

   

Yale Alumni Association, Yale Club of San Francisco, and YaleWomen of Northern California present

Preventing Sexual Violence: The Workplace, the College Campus, and Other Sexual Ecologies 


How do we eliminate sexual violence and other forms of harassment that are so often prevalent within institutional settings?  What useful tools are supplied by legal and regulatory structures such as Title IX and the Campus SaVE Act – and where do those structures fall short?  YaleWomen of Northern California invites you to join a conversation with Yale faculty members Melanie Boyd and Inderpal Grewal.  Drawing on broad interdisciplinary research, as well as their own work, they offer conceptual insights and practical strategies for creating institutional cultures in which diverse groups of people can flourish.


Melanie Boyd
 is the director of Yale’s Office of Gender and Campus Culture, an assistant dean in the Yale College Dean’s Office, and a lecturer in Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies.

Inderpal Grewal
 is the chair of the Women’s Gender & Sexuality Studies program at Yale; she is a professor of WGSS, Anthropology, and American Studies.

Wednesday, June 4th
Reception and light fare 5:30-6:30pm
Conversation 6:30-7:30pm with Q & A
 
To register, click the following link:
https://ywncaltitleixtalk.eventbrite.com

Questions? Please contact Carolyn Kenady, YaleWomen of Northern California or Mindy A. Marks '00, Director, Shared Interest Groups, AYA.


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