DIRECTOR'S MESSAGE

A Message from Debra Robbin


MEET OUR AFFILIATES

White Ribbon Day Affiliates support local Ambassadors and sponsor local town, school and community proclamation events.

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MEET OUR AMBASSADORS

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> Discover our new Exhibit: Displays of Character!


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Ambassadors agree to wear the ribbon on White Ribbon Day and recruit 5 to 10 male friends and colleagues to join them in taking the WRD pledge.

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JDI's #ReimagineManhood Prevention Summit on December 14, 2017 exceeded our expectations. With 300 attendees, jam-packed workshops, an incredible keynote and panel, networking, learning, growing, sharing, and reimagining, we created a space that:

1. Encouraged men and masculine folks to challenge themselves and others about social norms and stereotypes of manhood.

2. Provided a space for men of all ages and backgrounds to be vulnerable with one another and really think about what kind of person they want to be.

3. Created a platform for change. Throughout the day we asked folks to share with friends and family #WhatIWillChange after the summit.

In the coming months, as local groups plan White Ribbon Day Campaign activities and other prevention and men's engagement initiatives, we will continue to deepen this conversation and replace the social norms that foster inequities and violence with ones that promote justice and safety.

Watch for more details about JDI's WRD activities. And please let us know what you've got planned.

Revisit #ReimagineManhood

Check out the summit #ReimagineManhood highlights, videos, photos, powerpoints and other resources. Please share with your colleagues. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter so you can continue to engage your communities too!

Keynote by Byron Hurt

Afternoon Panel featuring Byron Hurt, Peter Roby, and Craig Norberg-Bohm

Workshop I: Primary Prevention 201 Powerpoint

Workshop II: Community Organizing in the Antiviolence Movement Handout 1, Handout 2

Workshop III: Un/Doing Masculinity Prezi

Workshop IV: Racial Justice and Healthy Masculinities Powerpoint

Workshop V: Bringing a Broader Community Perspective to Engaging Men and Boys in Prevention Powerpoint

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