Join ChurchNext for a free class on stopping sexual misconduct.

As we know, #MeToo is changing America – as the veil has been lifted. From Hollywood to Wall Street to Main Street, stories of sexual misconduct that have long oppressed women and protected men, are coming to light. There’s much to learn. Join us for Stopping Harassment and Creating a Culture of Respect with Gretchen Carlson and Robin Hammeal-Urban as we explore this critical and timely topic.

In this class, Lutheran-raised, respected news journalist, and workplace equality advocate Gretchen Carlson teams up with Robin Hammeal-Urban, a lawyer, Episcopalian, and sexual misconduct expert, to educate and spur conversation around sexual harassment and misconduct. Students will learn what qualifies as sexual harassment, how it is witnessed and experienced, what steps can be taken to respond, and how to create cultures of respect.

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This free course is ideal for individuals looking to better understand sexual harassment, as well as congregations and their leaders looking to spur conversation around sexual harassment and misconduct. Resources for those that want to take the course as a group are available in the course description.

This course is made possible by The Episcopal Church, Forward Movement, and ChurchNext.