Jackson Katz

author and filmmaker

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Author and filmmaker who co-founded the Mentors in Violence Prevention program at Northeastern University in 1993

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After high-profile incidents of violence against women, the discussion usually revolves around how to talk to our daughters about protecting themselves from dangerous men.

Talking to Boys About Violence Against Women

After high-profile incidents of violence against women, the discussion usually revolves around how to talk to our daughters about protecting themselves from dangerous men.

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