Courageous Conversations With Ohio Men
Courageous Conversations With Ohio Men
We are excited to announce the OHMAN Healthy Masculinity Campaign – ‘Know Better. Do Better. Be Better.’ This is a gender-based violence prevention social media campaign geared towards creating and supporting communities where all people can live free of violence within their homes, relationships, and communities. As a partner and ally in this work, we know that you share in this commitment to respect, safety, and equality.
As part of our current social media campaign, we are excited to share our upcoming ‘Courageous Conversations W/ Ohio Men‘ event. This conversation will explore the intersections of Religion/Faith and Masculinity on March 8, 2022 from 10 – 11:30AM and will be aimed to transform harmful gender norms, establish gender equality, and inspire young Men and Boys to learn active bystander skills.
With special guests Bishop Yehiel Curry (Metropolitan Chicago Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), Pastor Joe Graves (CoFounding Pastor – Central City Church), & Hsa Win (OPAWL – Ohio Progressive Asian Women’s Leadership), OHMAN will host a dialog and respond to participants reactions and questions regarding today’s societal issues surrounding young men and boys, specifically, how our young men and boys can we use Faith and Religion to influence social change.
Registration is LIMITED – These free events are open to ALL men and boys including professional men, members of the fatherhood community, and anyone interested in creating a safer, healthier Ohio. Registration is limited so register today! Follow us on social media @ Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube.
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In Case You Missed The Previous Courageous Conversation …
On behalf of the Ohio Domestic Violence Network (ODVN) and the Ohio Men’s Action Network (OHMAN), we are excited to share with you our “NEW VIRTUAL Playbook: Standing Strong to Promote Non-Violence” an asynchronous learning platform that consists of 10 gender-based violence prevention modules geared toward creating and supporting communities where all people can live free of violence within their relationships, and share in their commitment to respect, safety, and equality.
The purpose of The New Playbook is to enhance the quality of life on campuses by establishing healthier definition of masculinity and healthier norms surrounding gender-based violence. Training participants will each create an Action Plan that will be supported in its implementation by Glenn A. Harris, ODVN’s Assistant Director of Prevention. Each participant will be encouraged to use their new knowledge and skills to influence others and to promote healthy relationships and healthy sexuality.
By the end of the training, participants will be able to:
And will leave the training:
Please use the link below to access the NEW Virtual TNP;
How to access LMS:
Thank You for Being a Part of the Campaign !
OHMAN is excited to share our Social Media Campaign: Know Better. Do Better. Be Better. Geared toward creating and supporting communities where all people can live ‘Free of Violence’ within their relationships, and share their commitment to respect, safety, and equality.
Part of OHMAN’s statewide social media strategy, ‘Know Better. Do Better. Be Better.’ will be supported by sexual and intimate partner violence (S/IPV) prevention messaging in addition to prevention messaging for young men on two Ohio Campuses, Central State University, and Otterbein University.
Additionally, our friends and partners in the Fatherhood community; the Ohio Commission on Fatherhood (OCF), the Ohio Practitioners Network for Fathers and Families (OPNFF), and Action for Children’s ‘Father Up‘ program, have partnered with OHMAN to enhance the well-being of Ohio’s children by providing opportunities for fathers to become better parents, partners and providers. OHAMN will be working w/ programs throughout the State to explore how healthy masculinity and gender norms can empower the role of Fathers in our communities.
Im Registered / I Voted !