UPDATE: Sexual Violence Intervention Training, Evanston, IL | 12/11/16

Though 40 people registered, the frightful winter weather deterred all but 14 brave allies. I love training a group this size, because it's perfect for discussion. We had an incredibly thought-provoking and well balanced discussion this past Sunday, and I was absolutely thrilled by the diversity of perspectives and experiences that participants shared. We definitely…

Sponsor a Sister for 1-Year

Give a transformational holiday gift from Women for Women International! "An incredible journey that will change her life—and yours." With your $35/month sponsorship, your new "sister" will undergo an incredible transformation through Women for Women International. She will receive a monthly stipend that enables her to pay for basic necessities like…

Direct vs. Indirect Intervention

Ally Intervention can be direct or indirect. If you feel unsafe intervening directly, call the police. Direct Intervention tactics: State your objections. Take a firm stand. ("She said 'No.'") Drive an intoxicated person home. Interrupt or create a distraction. (Knock on the door until someone answers.) Talk to the person directly. Speak the truth…