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On April 19 at the LSSU Arts Center, Keith Edwards will speak about males embracing their voice to stand with women against sexual violence.

Doors open at 5 p.m. with refreshments. The evening begins with an encore performance of “Good Kids,” an LSSU Theatre group play about the Steubenville, Ohio, rape, in which an underage girl incapacitated by alcohol was publicly sexually assaulted by her peers. Edwards, a nationally known guest speaker on sexual violence prevention and male identity, will speak next.

There will also be a drawing for a TV and Amazon Firestick.

The event is co-sponsored during Sexual Assault Awareness Month by the Diane Peppler Resource Center, Sault Tribe Anishinaabek Community and Family Services, LSSU and the EUP’s Sexual Violence Prevention Team. 

Keith Edwards presents “Embracing Your Voice” flyer

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