Dismantling the Culture of Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence in America: An in-depth exploration of sexual crimes and how to address them. Spring 2018


All events take place at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and are open to the public.
524 West 59th Street (between 10th and 11th Avenues)
No RSVPs - limited seating.

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2/20 – 5pm-6:30pm – Moot Court 6.68 (NB):
Panel with Q&A
WITNESS: Conceptualizing Sexual Justice Through Art.
Five panelists discuss using art to explore sexual violence.

2/27 – 5pm-7:30pm – L61 (NB):
Film Screening and Talk Back
The Hunting Ground,
directed by Kirby Dick, produced by Amy Ziering.

2/28 – 5pm-7pm — L63 (NB)
Panel with Q&A
IX on the Line: Can a Policy Protect Both Students and the College?
An in-depth exploration of the highly controversial Title IX policy issue.

2/28 – 5:30pm-8pm — Shiva Gallery (NB)
Art Exhibit Opening Reception (open to the public from Feb 28 to April 13, 2018)
Violated Bodies: New Languages for Justice and Humanity,
curated by Deborah Saleeby-Mulligan and Kyunghee Pyun.


3/6 – 6pm-8pm — L61 (NB):  
Film screening and talkback
Home Truth,
directed and produced by Katia Maguire and April Hayes.

Join us for a discussion featuring
Karol V. Mason, President, John Jay College
Bea Hanson, Executive Director, NYC Domestic Violence Task Force
Jodie Roure, Professor, Latin American and Latina/o Studies
and April Hayes & Katia Maguire, Directors/Producers, Home Truth

3/22 – 1:30pm-3pm – Moot Court 6.68 (NB):
Panel with Q&A
NOT Here to Service Your Every Need! Sexual Harassment in the Restaurant and Retail Industries.
A roundtable discussion exploring the impact of sexual harassment in service industries traditionally employing underrepresented people.

3/28 – 5pm-7:30pm — Shiva Gallery (NB):
Panel with Q&A, Keynote and Reception
Time’s Up! Sexual Justice in the Workspace.
A conversation about the challenges ahead.


4/12 – 5pm-7pm – Moot Court 6.68 (NB):
Reading/Performance and Talk Back
Theater of War: A Dramatic Reading of scenes from Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire

4/17 – 5pm-7pm – Moot Court 6.68 (NB):
Take the Power Back!

Cyber sexual harassment is discussed by various experts in the field.


5/8 & 5/9 – 7pm; 5/10 – 1:40pm – Gerald W. Lynch Theater (HH)
Seeing Rape
. Original short plays about sexual violence written by John Jay students.