StopPornCulture! Anti-Pornography Slide Show Training

July 8 -11, 2008
Boston, MA

We’ve had overwhelming interest in scholarships to the summer institute on Media Madness. In order to accommodate as many people as possible, we are offering a two and a half day training as an alternative to the full institute. This training is free, though if you can give $50 we would appreciate it.

We will start on July 9th at 1PM and go until July 11th at 4PM.We will be covering many of the same things as the full institute but focus more on fighting the porn culture and hands-on training in giving the anti-porn slideshow. Though we will be using space at Wheelock, there is no college credit available for this training. You can sign up to stay at the dorms, which are $45/night for a double and $35/night for a single.

If you are interested in attending this modified version, we need to hear back from you ASAP.

PLEASE NOTE: DO NOT call Wheelock as they are not handling this training. Contact us here are at the SPC email account.

If you want college credit, then you have to register and pay for the full, four-day Media Madness institute through Wheelock. If you want to attend the four-day Media Madness institute without credit, then you will also need to pay and register through Wheelock. There are NO scholarships available for the four-day institute.

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We hope that one of these options will work for everyone. Feel free to email if you have any questions.


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I will be racing in the 2008 Coeur D’Alene Ironman, a distinguished athletic event – one day, one race: swim, bike, run, 140.6 miles. I will be racing in an effort to raise money for Stop Porn Culture, a pioneering non-profit organization of which I am a cofounder.

Stop Porn Culture is dedicated to challenging the pornography industry and an increasingly pornographic pop culture by working to end sexual exploitation, sexism, and sexist portrayals of women and girls in the media.

Stop Porn Culture coordinates and presents social research grounded in feminist analyses of sexist, racist, and economic oppression.

Stop Porn Culture affirms a sexuality rooted in equality, free of exploitation, coercion, and violence, and brings attention to the loss of the sacred in real life everywhere.

Stop Porn Culture insists that we face this assault with courage, that we see it, feel it, and live it in such a way that creates transformation.

Dominique Bressi

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