The Men's Project is a leadership initiative on campus that focuses on exploring masculinity and what it means (and should mean) to "be a man." This 10-week program is a great way to learn more about masculinity, the role of gender in society, and how both are related to violence in the community. Participants will meet each Tuesday night to share, discuss, and reflect on "the male experience" at Loyola and will also gain valuable bystander intervention skills to prevent rape and other gender-related violence in the future.
This is a 3hr/wk commitment for 10 consecutive weeks.
The Men's Project will create lasting and positive change at Loyola and in the world by empowering men to take a stand against rape and other forms of violence in their daily lives.
The mission of the Men's Project at Loyola University Chicago is to foster a community free from violence by:
- Exploring what it means to be a man
- Addressing various forms of masculinities & gender related issues
- Learning and practicing bystander skills to create change in our campus and overall global community
Questions or concerns? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.