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To explore this impact on a local level, 16 service providers of the Minneapolis Tornado of 2011 were interviewed about their observations of sexual violence risks in relation to the natural disaster.

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Britt Heinz-Amborn, a recent graduate from the Humphrey School of Public Affairs, earning her Master of Public Policy with a concentration in Gender and Policy will present on: Men¿s Engagement in Sexual Violence Prevention on Campuses On campuses across the U.

S., the call for men to ¿stand up¿ against sexual assault coupled with increasing attention to the terms of consensual sex has created a particular moment.

What about men who choose to advocate in sexual violence prevention? Renewed public discourse invites scholars and practitioners to revisit how men engage in sexual violence prevention.

In the next few months, Polyaware plans to expand their group to Grand Forks because of interest.

In the meantime, they hold a presentation every fourth Sunday of the month at the pride center in Fargo.

Britt Heinz-Amborn, a recent graduate from the Humphrey School of Public Affairs, earning her Master of Public Policy with a concentration in Gender and Policy will present on: Men¿s Engagement in Sexual Violence Prevention on Campuses On campuses across the U.

S., the call for men to ¿stand up¿ against sexual assault coupled with increasing attention to the terms of consensual sex has created a particular moment.

What about men who choose to advocate in sexual violence prevention? Renewed public discourse invites scholars and practitioners to revisit how men engage in sexual violence prevention.

In the next few months, Polyaware plans to expand their group to Grand Forks because of interest.

In the meantime, they hold a presentation every fourth Sunday of the month at the pride center in Fargo.

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