Community EducationThese are some student comments after participating the SBAP’s educational programs:

  • The program reminded me that I have to put myself first in a relationship. I have the power to make my own choices.
  • I learned–think before you text!
  • I liked the presentation because I learned a lot about respecting.
  • I learned not to bully and not to worry about popularity. This will be useful to me in the future because of the way I treat others and make friends.

Prevention of domestic and sexual abuse is an important part of Susan B. Anthony Project’s mission. Every day, our community educators are in schools teaching children:

  • How to resolve conflicts without hitting
  • That it is not okay to tease and bully
  • That there’s a big difference between joking and sexual harassment
  • When you’re in a healthy relationship, one person does not have power and control over the other person
  • Cyber-bullying— using phones, computers, and social networking to stalk, harass, monitor, and control another person — is not acceptable

School Presentations

All programs are interactive, age-appropriate, and non-threatening. All lessons can be modified to best suit the needs of students and teachers.

  • Safe Touch Puppet Show
    Preschool – 3rd Grade
  • Bullying and Cyberbullying
    K – 12th Grade
    Puppet show for younger children
  • Conflict Resolution
    K – 12th Grade
    Puppet show for younger children
  • Sexual Harassment
    5th – 12th Grade
  • Gender, Power, Violence, and the Media
    6th – 12th Grade
  • Healthy Relationships
    6th – 12th Grade
  • Sexual Assault
    9th – 12th Grade
  • Understanding Diversity
    2nd – 12th Grade
  • Dating Violence
    9th – 12th Grade
  • Self-Esteem
    6th – 12 Grade

Community & Professional Presentations

For businesses, camps, churches, civic organizations, colleges, professionals, and scouts.

Topics are flexible to meet your needs. Please call for more information.

  • Domestic Violence
  • Sexual Assault
  • Personal Safety for Children
  • Healthy Relationships
  • Date Rape
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Electronic Abuse—using technology to harass, monitor, and control
Community Education

To invite a SBAP educator to speak to your group, please email Gina or call her at 860.489.3798.