10/02/2013 Jonathan Taylor

Activism: speaking with students about men’s education issues

We need to start connecting with college men and fostering a sense of collective consciousness among them. This new video, where I speak to students about men’s education issues, is a sample of my recent work in this regard:

 

I tried to do four things during this campus visit:

  • Inform students that men and boys have issues that need to be addressed, and try to develop a consciousness about themselves as a group
  • Inform students that education issues are divided into three areas: educational attainment and well-being, institutional bias, and rights and protections.  I also gave a brief summary of each.
  • Inform students that there are resources on this website in the event that a student is wrongly accused of misconduct (like harassment/stalking/sexual assault) on campus
  • Ask students if they have ever heard of men’s issues before, and what they think of them.

Below are a few relevant links mentioned in the video.

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Jonathan Taylor Jonathan is Title IX For All's founder, editor, web designer, and database developer. Hailing from Texas, he makes a mean red beans n' rice and is always interested to learn new things.