THE LINE is a 24 minute documentary that explores the intersection of sexual identity, power and violence. How do we negotiate our boundaries as sexually liberated women? How much are we desensitized to sexual violence? Through conversations with football players, educators, survivors of violence, sex workers at the Bunny Ranch, and attorneys, this personal film explores the “grey area” and the elusive line of consent.
Following the screening, THE LINE director Nancy Schwartzman, AEquitas and Men Can Stop Rape will facilitate discussion on how to use the film as a teaching tool among advocates, prosecutors, and college men.
THE LINE is the first film to join the Men Creating Change (MCC) Film & Speaker Series. Men Creating Change is the nation’s most comprehensive strategy to engage college men in creating sustainable programming on campuses to create cultures free from violence against women.
THE LINE Washington, DC Premiere & Discussion
- Thursday, July 22, 2010 | 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
- Center for Education on Violence Against Women
- 801 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, Suite 375 | Washington, DC 20004
RSVP is required! Space is limited: RSVP ASAP!
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Light refreshments will be provided.
The Center for Education on Violence Against Women is a partnership between National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges and the Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women, made possible by TA Cooperative Agreement Award Number 2007-TA-AX-K016.