Roadmap to Prevention: Connecting Critical Race Theory and Anti-Oppression
Creativity to meet the moment is one of the most powerful qualities in people working to advance social change, one shared by most prevention practitioners, and it’s invaluable to the movement to end sexual violence. As communities across the U.S. have begun pushing back on Critical Race Theory, Sexual Health and Prevention Education, two state coalitions are meeting the moment with a new publication: School-Based Prevention Roadmap, Connecting the Route of CRT and Anti-Oppression.
PreventConnect sat down with the authors of the School-Based Prevention Roadmap, Sarah Ferrato of the Ohio Alliance to End Sexual Violence and Monica Garcia Vega of the Florida Council Against Sexual Violence to hear about the landscape they are navigating, how they’re responding and their words to the field.
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