The Talk Project is a FREE peer-to-peer sexual violence awareness program for high school students.
Teen peer educators from across Los Angeles visit high schools and youth groups throughout LA to present an interactive program about sexual violence and consent.
Students get to talk about these issues in a safe space in discussions led by educators their own age. The program includes information on laws, statistics, definitions, interactive activities, and inspiring and educational clips from The Hunting Ground documentary.
- Learn how you can de-stigmatize the discussion of sexual violence.
- Discover how you can stop the cycle that enables sexual violence.
- Find out how you can advocate for consent culture.
The Talk Project is a project of the NCJW/LA Teen Advocacy Working Group in partnership with The Hunting Ground film.
Special Events in August! The Talk Project is hosting an art exhibition, Rise, beginning on August 21 and an Open House on August 30, 2016. Click here for information on the exhibit and upcoming events.
Click here for a full evaluation of The Talk Project as an effective and engaging tool to educate high school students about sexual violence, published May, 2016.
Click here for a brief summary of The Talk Project Evaluation.
If you are interested in hosting The Talk Project at your school or youth group, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (323) 852-8513.