Students Against Trafficking & Sexploitation 

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Jackson Katz:
On Male Culture, Gender Violence & How All Men Can Help

Wednesday | April 23 | 7 PM

Event located in Ritsche Auditorium in Stewart Hall on the St. Cloud State University Campus (702 1st Ave S. St. Cloud, MN 56301)

Students Against Trafficking & Sexploitation is excited to announce our spring semester campus/community event. This event is also sponsored by the SCSU School of Public Affairs, School of Education, School of Health & Human Services, School of Continuing Studies, Learning Resource Services, School of Liberal Arts, Athletics Department, CARE and Living Way Church. 

We have invited a phenomenal international speaker and producer of the film Tough Guise, Jackson Katz, to discuss the cultural environment and destructive portrayals of masculinity that contribute to domestic and sexual violence and suggest strategies to enlist men in the fight against all forms of sexism and violence.

After the event, his book The Macho Paradox: Why Some Men Hurt Women & How All Men Can Help will be available for purchase and a book signing will follow his presentation. We will also have representatives from the MN Men's Action Network/Gender Violence InstituteCentral Minnesota Sexual Assault Center, and Anna Marie's Alliance tabling with information on their organizations and how to get involved. 

Check out Jackson's TED talk here. You won't want to miss this!!!

If you are interested in volunteering at the event or would like us to send you promotional materials for the event, please e-mail us at! DOWNLOAD THE POSTER (HERE) 

Thanks! Hope to see you there!

-Rebecca Kotz (SATS President)


"There are times to read history and there are times to MAKE history.
We live right now at one of those epic moments in the fight for human freedom.
We no longer have to wonder how we might respond to our moment of truth.
It is who we are on the stage and we can change the winds of history with our actions. Future generations will look back to judge our choices and be inspired or disappointed."

~David Batstone, Not for Sale

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