Anti-Oppression

Recording
January, 2010

Centered on an educational performance by Jeffrey Bucholtz, this film enhances our cultural understanding about the connections between different forms of oppression, and how those oppressions facilitate sexual violence.

  1. Oppression
  2. Anti-violence
  3. Popular Culture
  4. Sexual Assault
  5. Sexual Violence
  6. Intersectionality
  7. Gender Roles
  • Author: Bucholtz, Jeffrey
  • Publisher: IMO, 2010
Topics
Anti-Oppression
Men, Women, and Rape
Book
January, 1993

Documents the history, politics, and sociology of rape and the inherent and ingrained inequality of men and women under the law.

  1. Rape
  2. Victims
  3. Offenders
  4. Overview
  5. History
  • Author: Susan Brownmiller
  • Publisher: Fawcett Columbine, 1993.
Topics
Anti-Oppression, Theory & Concepts
PDF
September, 2015

This summer, WCSAP released a support statement for the #blacklivesmatter Movement as a recommitment to our anti-racism work and allyship with African American communities. In that statement, we committed to being transparent about our ongoing process and to sharing tools that we find helpful along the way with our membership. We don’t have all the answers, but we want you to come along with us as we continue and deepen…

Topics
Anti-Oppression
Black Women, Rape, and Resistance—a New History of the Civil Rights Movement from Rosa Parks to the Rise of Black Power
PDF
November, 2018

From the earliest days of America to today, African American women have been at the forefront of movements against sexual violence and rape. The Dark End of the Street is an essential history of sexual violence and the Movement against it in the United States. This book places the Anti-Sexual Assault Movement within the Civil Rights and Abolitionist Movements and centers the work and victimization of African American women. This book is essential reading for those working in the current…

Topics
Advocacy, Training Tools, Anti-Oppression, African Americans
PDF
January, 2016

Racism affects sexual assault survivors and individuals working in the advocacy field, and also creates an oppressive environment that contributes to sexual violence. What does the research say about effective ways to intervene?

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Topics
Anti-Oppression, Bystanders
Native American—Indian Communities
Recording
January, 2008

Club Native is a candid and deeply moving look at the pain, confusion and frustration suffered by many First Nations people as they struggle for the most important right of all: the right to belong on the Mohawk reserve of Kahnawake.

  1. Native American—Indian Communities
  • Author: Deer, Tracy
  • Publisher: Women Make Movies, 2008
Topics
Native Americans, Anti-Oppression
Making Connections With Advocacy and the Experiences of Survivors
Webinar
January, 2016

Diversity, non-discrimination, cultural competency, anti-oppression, & social justice are not synonyms — they are not words that replace one another, nor are they words that connote the same meaning or the same type of interaction.

As advocates and preventionists, it is vital that we take into account power relations and oppression. Advocating on behalf of survivors and being an ally includes thinking about services, survivors, and yourself in terms of diversity, non-…

Topics
Anti-Oppression, Theory & Concepts
A Guide for Community Sexual Assault Programs
Recording
January, 2000

Contains Video and Make the Commitment to Cultural Competency, Conduct an Agency Cultural Competency Assessment, Compile and Interpret your Results, Gather Information about your Community, Design a Cultural Competency Plan.

  1. Community Development
  2. Cultural Competency
  3. Sexual Harassment
  • Author: The Cross Cultural Health Care Program.
  • Publisher: The Cross Cultural Health Care Program, 2000.
Topics
Anti-Oppression, Program Provision
Adultism in Advocacy
WCSAP Webpage
November, 2018

Adultism: Power and Control

Power is not inherently good nor bad, but it is used to benefit or target individuals along a spectrum of accessibility. We can easily identify ways in which racism, sexism, homophobia, ableism, etc., manifest in our society, and how they might intersect with each other. We can also see how individuals and groups of people who have less access to power, or who are targets of power, are more vulnerable to sexual violence. Sexual violence is indeed about…

Topics
Child Sexual Abuse, Anti-Oppression
Racism, Nationalism and Feminism
Book
January, 2006

Racism 248 p. including bibliographical references and index

  1. Racism
  2. Oppression
  3. Feminism
  4. African-American
  • Author:  Collins, Patricia Hill
  • Publisher: Temple University Press, 2006.
Topics
Anti-Oppression, Theory & Concepts

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