Congrats to MOCSA for the release of their new film – Lockers
KCSDV is pleased to share a clip from the new sexual violence prevention video series, Lockers, produced by The Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault (MOCSA).
As one of the largest rape prevention organizations in the nation, MOCSA educates more than 20,000 Kansans a year in the areas of sexual violence, sexual harassment, social media awareness, date rape, and much more. Lockers was produced to fill the void in quality and effective rape prevention videos.
The series is based on the Center for Disease Control’s recommendations on sexual violence prevention curriculum. Its soap-opera format allows for segments to be shown individually or in tandem. Real students act out real scenarios, using current technology and language. The result is a product that speaks to both youth and adults on how they can play a part in preventing sexual violence, harassment and bullying. The 10 minute segments include:
- Gender Stereotypes: To Be or Not Be Me
- Sexual Harassment: Drawing the Line
- Dating Violence: Holding the Power
- Sexual Assault: Who’s to Blame?
- Media Safety: Tangled Web
The accompanying facilitator’s guides detail discussion questions, activities, handouts, surveys, and much more. With this guide, counselors, teachers, youth group leaders and other adults should have all they need to successfully navigate this complicated issue with teens.