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#ManEnough - Hosted by CAPE

Location: Campus Center Room 306

Join the Confidential Advocacy and Prevention Education (CAPE) program for our guided discussion #ManEnough.

We will watch a short film then have a facilitated discussion on masculinity and how our society views gender roles. This presentation is intended for students, faculty and staff so please join us in having this conversation!

This event is part of a series but you do not need to attend each session to participate. The other screening will be on March 14th at 3:00 pm in Campus Center Room 306.

For more information, contact: destinyr@hawaii.edu (808) 923-7958

Tags: CAPE Confidential Advocacy & Prevention Education OEO Title IX Campus Center #ManEnough

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