Moderator Ashley Maier poses with Roi Elam & Colleen D'Agostino from The Material.


During the 2010 National Sexual Assault Conference, which took place in Hollywood Sept. 1-3, there were more than 80 workshops. As a part of the Film & Media festival, there was a panel called Music Matters: Engaging Musicians.
Prevention practitioners often overlook the power of musicians to influence behaviors. This workshop made the case for engaging musicians in sexual violence prevention and sexual health promotion work. A panel of musicians and others involved in the industry provided examples of how they have contributed to social justice/charitable causes, discussed best practice for including them in work, and answered audience questions.
Panelists:

Pete Curtis
Tour Coordinator
Epitaph Records
Sandra Kirkpatrick
Interim Executive Director
Artists United for Social Justice
Lady Tasz & Bishop Freeze
Artists & Performers
Ashley Maier — Moderator
Sexual Violence Prevention Program Coordinator
Oregon Sexual Assault Task Force
Russell Hornbeek
Founder
Music Saves Lives
Brad Perry
Drummer
Worn In Red & Forensics
Colleen D’Agostino
Singer
The Material
Roi Elam
Guitarist
The Material

Download the PowerPoint presentation that was included in this workshop.

For more information about this workshop and its presenters, download resources from the Oregon Attorney General’s Sexual Assault Task Force.

To view a complete list of workshops, speakers and information related to the 2010 National Sexual Assault Conference, click here.