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While MeToo put a spotlight on sexual harassment, most of the conversation has been about adults in the workplace, said Sara Goodkind, a member of the Black Girls Equity Alliance in Pittsburgh. The policy also includes information about a complaint form, as well as resources including definitions and laws. When schools review the Code of Student Conduct, the topics of bullying and harassment are to be a focus area since the prohibitions are outlined in the Code. Ahead of the Monday hearing, Brinkman posted the letter in full on her blog. You can read that here.
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Sexual Harassment ‘Common And Often Unchallenged’ In PPS, Says Advocacy Group Calling For Change
The Reckoning Will Be Incomplete Without Black Women and Girls - The Atlantic
Members of a group working to address challenges faced by black girls told the Pittsburgh Public Schools Board of Education that sexual harassment is a pervasive issue within the district. That research also suggests that black girls and LGBT people are disproportionately affected. That group has been meeting regularly speaking with groups of girls about school and what makes them feel safe. Britney Brinkman, an associate professor of counseling and psychology at Chatham University, said many of those girls have spoken about sexual harassment and how pervasive it is in schools. PPS adopted a policy in May prohibiting sexual harassment. The policy calls for preventative and corrective action, yet advocates said Monday teachers are not equipped to handle incidents of sexual assault and harassment.
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The Reckoning Will Be Incomplete Without Black Women and Girls
We also remember the many Black men and women who died as a result of police brutality, which is rooted in racism. Black Lives Matter is more than a hashtag. We must stand united, demand justice, and change in the systems that historically oppressed Black people. As the call for reform and defunding of police departments grows, we must also demand the removal of police from Pittsburgh and Allegheny County schools. Research shows increased police presence in schools leads to increased disciplinary actions.
When news came that the Minneapolis Public Schools proposed to cut ties with their local police force, local lawyer Tiffany Sizemore saw an opportunity for kids across the Pittsburgh Public Schools district. So, Sizemore, who leads the Juvenile Defender Clinic at Duquesne University, alongside Jeff Shook, an associate professor of social work at the University of Pittsburgh, penned an open call for Pittsburgh Public Schools to stop using police to manage children in their schools. Instead, they want to see an investment in restorative practices, along with counseling and mental health services.
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