JP Morgan Chase December, 2016 | Michael Cembalest Every December, I take a break from market and investment topics to discuss other things. Three years ago, the holiday Eye on the Market was a letter to my oldest son who was leaving for
GoodCall.com Terri Williams | 9.29.16 ... What else can students do to be safe on and off campus? There are other steps that students can take to improve campus safety. Alison Morano, a co-founder of The Affirmative Consent Project, tells GoodCall that parents
The Plainsman.com 4.13.16 | Amanda Myles Affirmative Consent Project Mention From the Article: 'The Affirmative Consent Project is another resource aimed to educate people about sexual assault. Alison Morano, co-founder of the Affirmative Consent Project, said it is an umbrella organization that raises
For Immediate Release January 20, 2016 CONTACT: Alison Berke Morano, Co-Founder [email protected] or 813.766.9872 The Affirmative Consent Project Releases Comprehensive “Campus Policy Report” A guide for colleges to compare and create consent policy for their campus http://affirmativeconsent.com/consentpolicy The Affirmative Consent Project, a
MensFitness.com 1.19.16 | Justin Demarco What is a Sex Agreement? Just when you thought modern dating couldn’t become any more complicated, sexual consent contracts have added another layer. What exactly is a sexual consent contract or a sex agreement? It’s exactly what it
Los Angeles Times 12.31.15 | Sonali Kohli Among the many state bills that passed in 2015, and take effect Friday, are a number that focus on some of the state’s most vulnerable students —those who are homeless, in foster care, potential victims of sexual
Examiner 12.26.15 Campus sexual assaults are tragedies occurring across college campuses on a high rate. The reporting of these incidents have been taken place for years, however, issues surrounding these and other acts of crimes still need to be addressed and tackled. Numerous
TakePart 12.27.15 | Samantha Cowan From Bob Dylan’s “Blowin in the Wind” to Public Enemy’s “Fight the Power,” musicians have a long history of incorporating protest and social issues into their songs. And just like in 1963 and 1989, 2015 was no different.