Take Action

Roll Red Roll is emblematic of what is going on in high schools across America, what happened in Ohio is happening everywhere. Now we can prevent it. The film is uniquely poised to incite critical conversations about rape culture, bystander intervention, and community accountability.

MEN AND BOYS

Roll Red Roll is a film about young men – their friends, their behavior, their culture. As a tool the film can help challenge the status quo, and inspire men and boys to join the movement to end sexual violence.

TEAMS AND SCHOOLS

We want Roll Red Roll to make it into the hands of everyday advocates in our schools, our athletic teams, and our communities. We are partnering with coaches, athletic directors, artists, athletes and educators to focus on youth engagement and male leadership.

COMMUNITIES

“Rape culture” is not separate from campus culture, athletic culture, small towns, political culture. It is threaded into all aspects of our lives. When addressed at a community level we can lay the foundations for sustainable change.

Join the individuals and organizations who are hosting screenings of Roll Red Roll and facilitating action-oriented discussions through our grassroots screening tour. April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and a great time to spark conversation.

SPEAKER AVAILABILITY

 

NANCY SCHWARTZMAN – DIRECTOR/PRODUCER
A globally recognized human rights activist, Nancy serves on Vice President Biden’s Advisory Council for Violence Against Women. As an impact producer, she crafted the #NotInvisible campaign for the Academy Award nominated “The Invisible War” a campaign that shattered the military’s culture of silence around sexual assault. She served as impact producer for “Girl Model” she worked in partnership with the Model Alliance to get child labor protections for girls in the modeling industry in New York State.

ALEXANDRIA GODDARD – PROTAGONIST/BLOGGER

Alexandria Goddard is a blogger, activist, and author who cares passionately about women’s safety and shining a light on gender-based violence. She is a social media consultant. Her work has been cited in several academic papers and she is an animal lover.

 

JOE SAMALIN – EDUCATOR AND FACILITATOR

Joe Samalin has been helping communities engage men and boys in gender-based violence prevention for over 20 years. He is the co-founder of MenChallenging. Prior to that, he was Senior Program Manager for Community Mobilization & Leadership Development with Breakthrough.

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