Roll Red Roll - Drive In Movie - Southwestern College Event Calendar

Roll Red Roll - Drive In Movie

Apr 29

07:30 PM - 10:00 PM

Chula Vista Campus

This movie screening is a part of the San Diego Campus Violence Prevention Consortium's April 2021 Sexual Assault Awareness Month activities.

The first 50 cars that arrive at this event will receive free refreshments!


Roll Red Roll is a true-crime thriller and impact campaign that goes behind the headlines of the notorious Steubenville, Ohio rape case to uncover the deep-seated and social media-fueled “boys will be boys” culture at the root of high school sexual assault in America. The film unflinchingly asks, why didn’t anyone stop it? The impact campaign engages communities around the nation to answer this question for themselves, creating opportunities, tools and pathways for men and boys to challenge ingrained thinking about masculinity and explore their leadership potential in the fight against gender-based violence.

Roll Red Roll shifts the lens and burden from the victim to the perpetrators, bystanders, witnesses, and communities to understand and address the problem. By examining harmful notions of masculinity, Roll Red Roll is shining a light on “rape culture”— a culture that allows sexual assault to be normalized and dismissed. At the heart of this film and campaign, we are opening up a national dialogue that engages men and boys including fathers, coaches, and teens, to get involved in the work to prevent violence and shift culture.
As both an educational tool and a catalyst for social and behavioral change, Roll Red Roll is uniquely poised to incite critical conversations with students, thought leaders and grassroots activists working to eliminate gender violence. Director Nancy Schwartzman, a globally recognized human rights activist, has been using film and technology to transform the culture around gender-based violence for over 10 years. Never have we been so primed for this conversation.

The following content is being provided by the San Diego Campus Violence Prevention Project Consortium. The consortium beneficiaries are National University, Palomar College, and Southwestern College. The mission of our consortium bring awareness to sexual violence and the impact that is has on our campus communities. Please be aware that some of the presented content may be triggering to survivors of sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking.
If you need help - contact (800) 640-2933 (South Bay Community Services) or (888) 385-4657 (Center for Community Solutions). A resource center will be available on site during the event.

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