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Men Against Rape

On-Line Resources for Men Against Violence Against Women

Compiled by Ben Zeman, Community Educator.
Updated June, 2001.
If you know of more resources or groups, please let me know! benz@smoc.org

o The National Organization for Men Against Sexism: www.nomas.org

o Men Against Sexual Violence, a forum designed to engage males in working together with women to end sexual violence.

o The White Ribbon Campaign (Canada): www.whiteribbon.ca Order their organizer's manual!

o Boston Area Men's Campaign: www.menscampaign.org

o Men Against Sexual Assault is a student run organzation at the University of Texas studentorgs.utexas.edu/utmasa/

o Mainely Men Against Violence and Sexism: www.mmavs.org

o Men Can Stop Rape: www.mencanstoprape.org Be sure to subscribe to their great email newsletter! and check out the "Strength Campaign" posters! (Washington, D.C.)

o Men Stopping Violence: www.menstoppingviolence.org (Atlanta, GA)

o Men for HAWC: www.menforhawc.com. HAWC is one of our battered women's programs in Massachusetts - this is a group of men who have publicly organized in support of their local program.

o One in Four: www.oneinfour.com Four young men in Michigan walked across the United States to end sexual violence.

o Emerge: www.emergedv.com (Boston)

o Gay Men's Domestic Violence Project: www.gbdvp.org (Boston)

o Men's Resource Center of Western Mass: www.mensresourcecenter.org

o The (Minnesota) Men's Action Committee to End Violence against Women: www.mcbw.org/macevw.htm

o Brotherpeace Twin Cities: //tcfreenet.org/org/bptc/related.html (Minnesota)

o Malenetwork: www.man-net.nu/engelsk/start.htm (Sweden!)

o Men For Change: chebucto.ns.ca/CommunitySupport/Men4Change/index.htm (Nova Scotia)

o Mentors in Violence Prevention: www.sportinsociety.org/mvp.html Works with male student athletes encouraging an empowered bystander approach to interrupting male violence against women.

o Men for Change: www.unitedfamilyservices.com/m4c8.htm. (Charlotte, NC)

o Dads and Daughters: www.dadsanddaughters.org. Duluth based group founded by feminist dad Joe Kelley. Joe is one of the co-founders of new Moon Magazine.

o Tulane Men Against Rape: www.tulane.edu/~tmar One of many campus groups for men challenging men's violence against women.

o Men Against Domestic Violence www.silcom.com/~paladin/madv (Santa Barbara, CA)

o Men's Net //infoweb.magi.com/~mensnet (Canada)

o Jackson Katz (wonderful, dynamic public speaker on these issues): www.jacksonkatz.com

o Rus Ervin Funk (also a great speaker, and author of StoppingRape - A Challenge for Men) //users.crols.com/rusfunk





"In about 85 percent of
cases, sexual assaults
occur between people
who know each other."

Source: Diana Russell,
The Prevalence and Incidence of
Forcible Rape and Attempted Rape of Females, Victimology: An International Journal 7, 1-4 (1983).