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"Our understanding of the influence WOU athletes can bring to this conversation dates back a few years.
This is the first time we've been able to formally delve into this work, with the kind of technical assistance and resources it deserves." Sports have long played a historical role in advancing social justice and cultural change – from racial integration to the Special Olympics to the advancement of female athletes.
This kind of work is not new to the students, faculty, and staff at Western, as a recipient of a Campus Against Sexual Assault (CASA) grant for the past 5 years.
Western Oregon University is excited to have been selected to join 12 other campuses across the country to participate in this pilot program.Their influence and leadership offer them the opportunity to play a visible role for the entire campus that promotes healthy pro-social norms tied to fostering healthy and safe colleges.Western Oregon University representatives will attend an intensive three-day training emphasizing athletics’ leadership on social justice issues and how male athletes, coaches, and athletic administrators can role model the pro-social norms of healthy masculinity to foster healthier and safer campuses.Through this grant, WOU has implemented a focused effort to raise awareness around the issue of sexual assault, including the deep understanding of the significant role that men can play in preventing violence.
As part of this work, and inspired by the work of the original Healthy Masculinity Action Project, John Wilkins (WOU Coordinator for Campus Life and Student Activities) and several student leaders at WOU's Abby's House created a related program on the Western campus called Students Advocating for Healthy Masculinity."We were very excited to be invited to apply to be a part of this new project," says Mary Ellen Dello Stritto, Director of Abby's House and administrator of the WOU CASA grant.The representatives will return to implement the Healthy Masculinity curriculum as well as an action plan developed during the three day training that addresses both prevention and response strategies.