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Don’t shine a light on me: Sexual assault prevention strategies can only work if campaigns make assaulters the targets

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Hansook Oh

November 23, 2015

Many of us completed at what felt like the last minute “Not Anymore,” the required 75-minute online sexual assault prevention program for freshmen, transfer students and graduate students. I know I didn’t make it a priority, as I completely forgot about it until a day before it was due....

Project D.A.T.E to start sexual assault dialogue program with CSUN men

Students at CSUN walk through Sierra Quad to their classes. A new on-campus initiative is aiming to open conversations on sexual assault prevention with male students. (Juan Pardo / The Sundial) Photo credit: Juan Pardo

Danielle Parmentier

October 13, 2015

CSUN will make a change in the way it attempts to communicate with and educate male students in particular, about sexual assault.The campus peer-education organization, Project D.A.T.E, focuses its efforts on acquaintance or date rape prevention, and will form a new, male-focused group called Men CARE...

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