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Roots of Change: Men, Sex and Justice
Wednesday, October 28, 2009 - 12:41am to Friday, October 30, 2009 - 5:41pm

WHAT: "Roots of Change: Men, Sex and Justice" - 34th National
Conference on Men and Masculinity October 28-30th, 2009 - Portland
State University, Portland, OR The Women's Resource Center is
organizing the conference for October 28-30 in partnership with the
Attorney General's Sexual Assault Task Force and the National
Organization of Men Against Sexism. This year's theme is "Roots of
Change: Men, Sex and Justice," focusing on the whys, hows and
implications of engaging men in the primary prevention of sexual
violence. The conference will feature a plenary addresses and
workshops from noted national speakers Luoluo Hong
( and Byron Hurt (, and additional
workshops from Rus Funk (Men's Work), David Lee (CalCASA), Lydia Guy
Ortiz, Vanessa Timmons and many others. Over 30 workshops cover
foundational trainings, discussions, and practical applications across
five subject tracks: Campus Violence Prevention, Culture and
Community, Engaging Men, Sex Industry and Youth Violence Prevention.
We are excited to offer three days of quality of content and
programming for a low registration fee of $75 for students (or $25 a
day). A limited number of scholarships are available as needed. For
more information and to register (required), please see the conference
website: or contact Jessica Amo,
WRC Assistant Coordinator, at

WHEN: Oct 28 - 30 2009
WHEN: Portland State University

Who should attend? ·
Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Prevention Professionals · Campus
Professionals · Students · Public Health Professionals · Child Abuse
Prevention Professionals · Community & Youth Organizers · Others who
are interested examining the intersections of social justice issues
(e.g., gender, sexual orientation, race, culture, ability) with sexual
violence prevention

Presented by: Oregon Attorney General's Sexual
Assault Task Force Portland State University, Women's Resource Center
National Organization for Men Against Sexism

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