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Study Guide Front Cover
Purpose of guide
Table of contents
Producer/Director’s Statement – Aishah Shahidah Simmons
Synopsis of NO!
Creating a Safe Space for Discussion
Glossary of Terms
Key Myths and Facts
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1. Introduction and Devastation of Date Rape
Salamishah Tillet’s Testimony
Acquaintance Rape and Consent
2. Weapon of History
3. Survivors Silenced
Reanae McNeal’s Testimony
4. Civil Rights and Wrongs
Gwendolyn Zoharah Simmons’s Testimony
Sexual Harassment and Assault in the Civil Rights and Black Power Movements
Black Power and Sexual Assault
Black Lesbians and Activism Against Sexual Assault (Queen’s Testimony)
Black Women Writers and Sexual Assault
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5. Raping the Next Generation
Rosetta Williams’ Testimony
Date Rape and Prevention
Adolescent Sexual Abuse and Prevention
6. Holding Men Accountable — Campus, Clergy, and Community
Intraracial Betrayal and Sexual Violence (Janelle White’s Testimony)
Black Feminist Men and the Anti-Rape Violence Movement
Black Leaders and Sexual Violence (Aaronette M. White’s Testimony)
The Mike Tyson Trial
Sexual Assault and Religion
Media, Stereotypes, and a Rape Culture
7. Unequal Justice Under Law
Audree Iron’s Testimony
Sexual Assault and the Criminal Justice System
Disparities in the American Judicial System
8. Healing, Faith, and Hope
Loretta Ross’s Testimony
Activism and Recovery
Arts as Recovery
Accountability and Recovery
The Role of Religion in Violence Against Women – Gwendolyn Zoharah Simmons, Ph.D.
Meditations of Resistance: A Triptych of Total Regeneration – Tamara L. Xavier, M.Ed.
Because we….: – A Statement on NO! by the UBUNTU Education Working Group
Media and Sexual Violence
National Rape and Sexual Assault Resources
Rape and Sexual Assault Organizations by State
Learn More about the Individuals in the Film
Biographies of Contributors to the Study Guide
Study Guide Back Cover