In honor of the ending of Culture of Care Week, I wanted to share their AMAZING video. Throughout the week, actors staged various scenes on campus to see how students would react (while secretly being filmed). The caring responses of strangers in these video clips make my heart swell. When you reach out to care for another, you are caring for yourself by holding true to your values. If you value kindness, respect, and safety, then take opportunities to show it — you’ll improve everyone’s day, not just the person you help. It feels good to care — it feels good to have alignment between your values and your actions — and it does the world good. Thanks for your amazing work, Culture of Care. Learn more about the initiative at care.indiana.edu.
This short preview video gives a tiny taste of the film we’ll be watching and discussing this Wednesday night at 7 pm in Woodburn Hall 101. Please join us!
This video shows what everyday sexism is like by reversing the genders. In other words, it shows men as victims of sexism and women as oppressors. Please be warned that this video is VERY triggering: it involves a depiction of a sexual assault. It is French, but has subtitles. This is a real eye-opener and a great portrayal of sexism.
Just wanted to share one of my favorite public service announcement videos ever. It is 100% on point.
Nobody asks to be raped.
We love this video made by Karen K. B. Chan, based on Thomas MacAulay MIllar’s essay “Toward A Performance Model of Sex.” Check it out!