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Let's Talk #MeToo: Part 3

Dec 11, 2017

Let’s Talk New Mexico 12/14 8a: This month we’ve invited New Mexicans to share their reactions to the national conversation about sexual harassment and assault. #MeToo stories that have shown sexual abuse is common across the country, including right here at home. This week, we turn our attention to young people. Are teens comfortable sharing their stories? How are some young people stepping up to support their friends and peers? Are schools doing enough to address sexual harassment in the classroom and on school and college campuses? We invite you to join the conversation this week.

Tweet the hashtag #letstalkNM, email letstalk@kunm.org or call in live during the show.

GUESTS:

• Christina Rodriguez, Generation Justice fellow and UNM student

• Autumn Gomez, youth organizer with Tewa Women United

• Abrianna Morales, sexual assault survivor and founder of The Sexual Assault Youth Support Network

• Caitlin Henke, program specialist with the Women’s Resource Center at UNM

RESOURCES:

Albuquerque SANE (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners)

Rape Crisis Center of Central New Mexico

• Albuquerque Family Advocacy Center

• Tewa Women United 

• Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women 

UNM Women’s Resource Center 

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