Louder Together: NO MORE Week 2018
NO MORE Week (March 4-10th) is a time for folks around the world to come together to show their commitment to ending domestic violence and sexual assault. This year’s theme was “Louder together.” Here’s how our region turned up the volume:
March 6: More than 150 convened at Rodef Shalom for Men and Women Working Together: Confronting Sexual Harassment and Promoting Respect, a workshop led by national expert Dr. Jackson Katz. Dr. Katz is an internationally recognized educator, author, filmmaker and activist and a founding architect of the bystander approach to prevention. This session focused on ending sexual harassment and promoting respect in the workplace and community.
March 7: Dr. Jackson Katz led an exclusive session for 40 executives, HR professionals, government officials and other individuals in decision-making positions. This in-depth training session taught professionals to think beyond compliance and focus on creating healthy and productive work environments with expectations of equitable treatment.
March 8: More than 60 corporate leaders gathered at the Duquesne Club on International Women’s Day for the Fourth Annual Corporate Leadership Breakfast to End Violence Against Girls and Women. Among those who presented at this meeting were Bishop David Zubik; Rabbi Aaron Bisno; Dan Rooney, coaching assistant for the Pittsburgh Steelers; Richard Harshman, president and CEO of ATI; Kevin McMahon, president and CEO of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, and Greg Peaslee, senior vice president and chief administrative officer for UPMC. “As leaders, we have a unique opportunity to stand up and end violence against women,” said Mr. Peaslee.
Photography by Brian Cohen.