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 outreach & prevention 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.