Join us for this virtual series – 3 Stories: A Kan-Kan Conversation Series About Sexual Assault. Using three films as background, these conversations will each feature panelists knowledgeable on the issues of sexual assault on college campuses (“The Hunting Ground”), the military (“The Invisible War”), and in the hip hop community (“On the Record”).
*We recommend watching each of the films in advance – Click on Reserve for streaming information*
Co-sponsors: Women4Change Indiana and El Tendedero/The Clothesline Indiana.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21
Part 1: Discussion on The Hunting Ground
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6
Part 2: Discussion on The Invisible War at 7:00 PM ET
For this discussion, we will be joined by:
- Dorothy Simpson-Taylor, PhD, USAF VEV, retired psychologist and co-founder of Sister-Soldier Network
- Jennifer Fox, LCSW, Military Sexual Trauma Coordinator and Mental Health Social worker at the Richard Roudeboush VA Medical Center in Indianapolis
- Lisa Wilken, Chairman, AMVETS National Women Veteran Committee
- Emily Quillen, SSVF HROS, Supportive Services Veteran Families (SSVF) Housing Resource Outreach Specialist with Aspire Indiana and InteCare
We urge all attendees to screen The Invisible War, a vital and frank investigative documentary film written and directed by Kirby Dick and produced by Amy Ziering and Tanner King Barklow, in advance of our conversation. It is available to stream on Amazon Prime Video ($3.99 to rent), YouTube ($3.99 to rent), iTunes ($3.99 to rent), and other various platforms.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 19
Part 3: Discussion on On the Record at 7:00 PM ET
In advance of our conversation, we urge all attendees to screen On the Record from award-winning filmmakers Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering, which examines allegations of sexual abuse and harassment against hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons. It is available to stream on HBO Max for free with a subscription (a 7-day free trial subscription is available).