A Public forum on campus sexual assault

On July 23, 2016, a panel of experts convened at Element3 Church in Tallahassee to discuss campus sexual assault, it's causes, and potential solutions. The panelists included (with their affiliations at the time of the forum),

  • Sam Staley, Ph.D., moderator and author of Unsafe On Any Campus? College Sexual Assault and What We Can Do About It
  • Jennifer Broomfield, JD, LSIW, Title IX Administrator for Florida State University
  • Kori Pruett, MS, Power-Based Personal Violence Coordinator for FSU
  • Christopher Krebs, Ph.D., Chief Scientist, Center for Justice, Safety, and Resilience, RTI International

The forum was open to the public and included Q&A from the audience.

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Videos on campus sexual assault

What is sexual assault?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y31i0a9u7s0&t=116s

What is sexual assault? Panelists grapple with perception versus reality in this 7 minute introduction to the public forum.

Who are the attackers?

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In this 10 minute video, the panelists talk about the particular nature of sexual assault on college campuses. The attackers are not who you think. 

How widespread is campus sexual assault?

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In this 7 1/2 minute video, the panelists discuss the expert research on the prevalence of sexual assault and rape on today's college campuses.

What role do alcohol and drugs play?

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In this 13 minute section of the forum, the panelists dispel myths about alcohol, drugs, and sexual assault.

Locker room talk and sexual assault

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My thoughts, independent of the public forum, on how locker room talk perpetuates sexual assault