In the Media
In “A New Way to Combat High School Sexual Harassment and Assault” then high school senior Cate Bikales writes about the enduring impact of sexual harassment beginning in 7th grade, her vulnerability as an Asian American, and the value of creating a SASH Club. Published by the Women’s Media Center.
“Students Are Walking Out of School to Demand Better Protections From Sexual Harassment and Assault” explains how, “SASH Club offers a powerful antidote to the culture of normalized sexual harassment and assault that plagues students every day. Youth have the potential to drive change, and with SASH Club’s resources and structure, they can make all learning spaces safe and equitable for all students.” Published by Citizen Ed, authored by Stop Sexual Assault in Schools.
“Combating K-12 Sexual Harassment and Violence: How Far Have We Come?” surveys the movement to raise awareness about widespread K-12 sexual harassment and assault over the last decade. The article notes the value of peer education, saying that “Resources like SASH Club (Students Against Sexual Harassment) empower youth to address sexual harassment and assault.” Published in Ms. Magazine, authored by Stop Sexual Assault in Schools.