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Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Media: Activist Training Gets Bostonians Involved in Fighting Islamophobia

The Metro Boston reported today on a series of workshops being hosted by the Boston chapter of Jewish Voice for Peace, including one focused on bystander intervention to be conducted by BARCC. The Metro spoke with Steph Trilling, director of BARCC's Community Awareness and Prevention Services, about the training.  Excerpt: "On Wednesday, the…

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Friday, January 20, 2017

Media: Meet the People Behind the Boston Women’s March

The Boston Globe profiled several people behind the planning of the Boston Women's March for America, including our own Shelley Yen-Ewert, BARCC's director of organizational development and learning. Shelley worked with other organizers to help make the historic even more accessible to people with disabilities.  Excerpt: "At BARCC [the…

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Tuesday, January 10, 2017

BARCC Bandanas for Sale

White bandana sample Are you joining us at the Boston Women's March for America? Want to wear your BARCC pride? We're selling limited-edition BARCC bandanas for the occasion, generously created by local designer Cathy Sherwood of Pleased Made especially for BARCC!  We have a limited quantity printed in high-quality custom colored cotton using…

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Monday, January 09, 2017

Media: What You Need to Know about the New Uber and Lyft Background Checks

Boston Metro In recent coverage by the Metro Boston, BARCC Executive Director Gina Scaramella offers perspective on the new ride-share background checks in Massachusetts. Excerpt: "Gina Scaramella, executive director of the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center (BARCC), said that in her experience, CORI checks, as well as the sex offender registry, are pretty…

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Thursday, January 05, 2017

Op-Ed: Shutting Down Locker Room Talk

Op-Ed: Shutting Down Locker Room Talk image In her latest op-ed for WGBH News, BARCC Executive Director Gina Scaramella highlights the dangers of dismissing "locker room talk" and the need for schools and universities to adequately address it for effective prevention of sexual violence.  Excerpt: "When these athletes associate with other 'sexually aggressive, hyper-masculine, and delinquent…

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