JFCS Presents October 20th Screening of “The Hunting Ground” on Prevalence of College Sexual Assault
The JFCS Project SARAH Domestic Abuse Program Presents:
“The Hunting Ground” A Documentary Film Screening to Shine a Light on the Prevalence of College Sexual Assault
Carmike Cinemas – Ritz 16, Haddonfield-Berlin Road, Voorhees
20 percent of women who enroll in college are sexually assaulted while there, but, 45% of schools report ZERO incidence of sexual assault. It’s time to shed a light on college sexual assault and prepare our male and female students for the reality.
This must see screening of the The Hunting Ground documentary will help to erase stigma, enlighten our young people, and address a new “Yes Means Yes” Affirmative Consent legislation, introduced by NJ State Senator Jim Beach, to help protect students at higher education institutions.
Tickets are available for a donation of $15 for adults / $10 for students, and includes popcorn and soda. All proceeds support the JFCS Project SARAH Domestic Abuse Program. Special address by Senator James Beach and an after-viewing Q & A session are scheduled. To watch a trailer, visit: www.thehuntinggroundfilm.com. This film is PG-13.
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Posted on September 17, 2015, in abuse, Carmike Cinemas Ritz 16, Cherry Hill, college sexual assualt, domestic violence, high school, JFCS, New Jersey, The Hunting Ground, Voorhees and tagged Abuse, Awareness, Burlington County, Camden County, Cherry Hill, children, college sexual assault, Domestic Abuse, Gloucester County, Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey, rape, South Jersey, support, teens, The Hunting Ground, Voorhees. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.