Several SEED leaders and staff will be leading two workshops in California showing how SEED methods may be used in social work practice and higher education to build a culture of consent.
By SEED Associate Director Jondou Chen.
This is hard. It's been several weeks since Elliot Rodger's hate-induced rampage that killed six people and left 13 more injured in California; a rampage preceded by a series of videos and a manifesto declaring his hatred of women. The news coverage and response were almost immediate. Hashtag activists and political pundits ran with the story, initially leaving me thinking that there was nothing more that I might add. Yet the uneasy feeling that always strikes me in such situations wouldn’t leave. In fact, it was growing.
In honor of Women's History Month, here is an essay by SEED leader Yun-Chi M. Hsu about how, as a girl, she found her leadership abilities in the face of gender-based bullying.