An honest conversation about men and the #MeToo movement featuring Justin Baldoni, Matt McGorry, Jamey Heath, Lewis Howes, Scooter Braun, Susan Brison, Karen Maria Alston, Alma Gonzales, Yazmin Monet Watkins, and A CALL TO MEN CEO Tony Porter. The #MeToo episode premiers on July 24 on Facebook Watch: http://bit.ly/WeAreManEnough #ManEnough
A CALL TO MEN is proud to partner with J Crew to launch their “Good Fella” tee for Father's Day. J.Crew is donating 10% of the purchase price of these tees to A CALL TO MEN.
“The Good Fella t-shirt celebrates fathers, brothers, uncles, friends and mentors - all the men who invest in the lives of boys to create the next generation of manhood.” - Tony Porter, co-founder and CEO of A CALL TO MEN
J Crew created this limited-edition tee with prinkshop, an activist-minded brand with a “wear what you care about” point of view.
“We are proud and honored to recognize the work of A CALL TO MEN with our Good Fella graphic campaign in collaboration with J Crew. Our design was created to celebrate the men and boys who honor the safety and equality of women." - Pamela Bell, founder of prinkshop
The campaign features A CALL TO MEN Co-Founders Tony Porter and Ted Bunch. The boys and young men are the children of the A CALL TO MEN family, representing the Next Generation of Manhood.
Promote healthy manhood this Father's Day by supporting A CALL TO MEN. Your purchase ensures J.Crew donates 10% of the purchase price of each t-shirt sold to A CALL TO MEN.
Innerchild Galleries presents: "Vividly Connected," a meticulously chosen range of inspirational collections that will elevate any space you envision. Innerchild Galleries is vividly connected with each of our artists, supporting their vision and understanding their journey. Our diverse inventory of imagery will resonate and infuse a powerful combination of beauty and energy into any environment. By working closely with each artist, we find the perfect pieces for the right buyers. We invite you to enjoy our boutique gallery of established artists as well as rising stars to connect with the picturesque stories and emotion portrayed in each piece.
Please join A CALL TO MEN at this special gallery debut, where 10% of the proceeds will be donated to the organization.
Friday, June 29, 2018 from 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM EDT
The Mezzanine, 55 Broadway, New York, NY 10006
A CALL TO MEN has launched a free online certification training for its LIVERESPECT Coaching Healthy, Respectful Manhood Curriculum. The on-demand webinar series takes participants through A CALL TO MEN’s signature training on its curriculum for middle-school and high-school boys. Typically conducted in person over the course of a school day, the online certification training can be completed in three sessions that average 35 minutes each at the convenience of the participant and includes a downloadable certificate upon completion.
“Through the tremendous support of Harry’s, A CALL TO MEN is able to offer this resource to schools and youth programs at no cost to their organizations,” said Ted Bunch, co-founder of A CALL TO MEN and co-author of the curriculum and certification training. “Harry’s commitment to promoting healthy manhood will help shatter gender stereotypes, prevent violence and discrimination, and allow boys to live healthier, happier lives.”
“We're a men's brand, so we think a lot about how we can help guys - through our products, and also more broadly in the world. To that end, we're incredibly excited to partner with A CALL TO MEN to make their LIVERESPECT curriculum widely available to teachers, coaches, mentors and other figures in young men's lives. We're honored to play a small part in giving the next generation of men the tools and training they need to live happy and healthy lives, while building stronger and more respectful communities in the process,” said Andy Katz-Mayfield, Co-Founder and CEO at Harry’s.
The LIVERESPECT Curriculum promotes healthy, respectful manhood and healthy relationships; decreases language and actions that degrade women, girls and other marginalized groups; challenges harmful cultural and social norms; and decreases instances of dating violence, sexual assault, bullying and homophobia. One of the most compelling data points that came from the curriculum pilot is around consent. Pre-curriculum, only 19 percent of boys report knowing what consent means. Post-curriculum, that number increases to 75 percent. The full pilot report can be downloaded HERE.
Both the curriculum and the online certification training were written by A CALL TO MEN in conjunction with Scholastic, and are based on A CALL TO MEN’s 20+ years of experience working with and training men and boys, from the National Football League, the National Basketball Association, Major League Baseball, Major League Soccer and National Hockey League, to the United States Military, the Department of Justice, the United Nations, and high schools, colleges and universities across the nation. The curriculum is also free and available for download HERE.
Sign up for the online certification training HERE.
LISTEN & REFLECT
- Listen to women and validate their experiences
- Challenge the harmful messages you have received about gender
PROMOTE HEALTHY, RESPECTFUL MANHOOD
- Talk about healthy, respectful manhood with other men and boys
- Don’t conform to the pressure to always be in control – asking for help is not a sign of weakness
UNDERSTAND YOUR INFLUENCE & PLATFORM
- Do not use language that denigrates women and girls.
- Be clear on why you care about these issues and what you want to do about it
- Identify the areas of your life where you can influence men and boys, and culture
CREATE OPPORTUNITIES FOR ACTION
- Speak out against all forms of violence and discrimination
- Advocate for equal pay in your industry
- Promote talented female and gender non-conforming leaders
- Inclusion is important – be intentional about who is in the room and whose voices are heard
- Model a healthy, respectful manhood to other men and boys
- Support the work of A CALL TO MEN
Joyful Heart Foundation (JHF), in conjunction with A CALL TO MEN has released a new PSA campaign that highlights the importance of men's role in speaking up and supporting survivors of sexual assault, abuse and harassment. The spots were co-produced by Viacom Velocity; directed by JHF's founder and president, Mariska Hargitay; developed by creative director Rachel Howald from Invisible Man; edited by Jean Taylor at Wax; and will be distributed nationally by Boom Broadcast and Viacom.
A CALL TO MEN uses the Man Box to illustrate the collective socialization of men. The Man Box identifies the limitations on what a man is supposed to be and what he believes. These expectations are taught to men – sometimes unconsciously – and reinforced by society. In the man box, men are supposed to be:
- Powerful and dominating
- Fearless and in control
- Strong and emotionless
- Successful – in the boardroom, the bedroom and on the ball field
In the Man Box, women are objects, the property of men, and of less value than men. The teachings of the Man Box allow violence against women, girls and other marginalized groups to persist.
Join leaders from business, politics, professional sports, media, human service organizations and advocacy groups who have committed to use their influence and platform to promote healthy, respectful manhood, and prevent violence and discrimination against women and girls. Attendees will learn:
• How the Man Box restricts men and prevents them from being their authentic selves
• To use their influence and platform to spur positive social change in their home, workplace and community
• How they can help prevent domestic violence, sexual assault, sexual harassment, sex trafficking and bullying
Your Influence – Your Platform is sponsored by Cigna, the New York Giants and the National Football League. The event is free to the first 300 registrants; breakfast is included.
September 29, 2017 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Hilton Newark Airport
1170 Spring Street, Elizabeth, NJ 07201
Questions? Contact Danielle Erwin at firstname.lastname@example.org