Written by Bonnie Stabile, PhD and Aubrey Leigh Grant, MPP of George Mason University.
Kenyora is featured in Chapter 3: The Campus Context: Proving Ground for Power and wrote an endorsement illustrated on the back cover, "The authors invite you into the dark well of gender-based discrimination, bring light to the intersectional nuances of so-called rules of social order embedded in rape culture, and recognize the need to disrupt it."
Written by Sherry Boschert
Kenyora is mentioned in this historical recall of Title IX's beginnings, successes and current challenges in the fight towards gender equality. Kenyora also facilitated fireside chat with Sherry Boschert during Sexual Assault Awareness Month in April 2023.
On July 20, 2023, I chatted with Caroline Heldman, Ph.D., Executive Director of The Representation Project, which launched a campaign called End Rape to raise awareness of the root causes, consequences, and prevention of sexual violence. This campaign had infographics, resources, videos, and feature an interview series with experts.
In April 2023, I had the honor to sit on a roundtable discussion to share my initial reactions to Broadway's PRIMA FACIE. The discussion was moderated by V (formerly Eve Ensler) and included playwright Suzie Miller, Soma Sara of Everyone's Invited, Kavita Mehra of Sakhi for South Asian Women, and Quentin Walcott of Connect.
I share my thoughts on the importance of confirming the now Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Ketanji Brown Jackson during the rally and celebration hosted by the National Women's Law Center and many others.
2022 marked the 50th Anniversary of Title IX. I facilitated a conversation with author, Sherry Boschert, and her latest book, "37 Words: Title IX & Fifty Years of Fighting Sex Discrimination". We took a walk down history lane into the present and discussed how Title IX has evolved over the years.
I, along with student advocate, survivor, and entrepreneur, Devi Jags, spoke with host Natalie Allen of NEWSY's Evening Debrief to discuss campus sexual assault during Sexual Assault Awareness Month (April 2022).
On October 6, 2022, I along with several of my colleagues in this movement joined forces to meet and demand the U.S. Department of Education to undo the harm put in place by former Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos and to restore the rights and protections for students and survivors of campus sexual assault.
ON May 25, 2021, I was invited to be a part of the conversation regarding survivor Shannon Keeler and her experience with campus sexual assault and the confession of her rapist almost a decade later.
On April 15, 2021, I moderated a discussion with representatives of the Equal Rights Advocates' ENOUGH program and NWLC's Legal Network, to share information for students to understand their rights, provide real-life scenarios, and provide students with some advice on what their options are.
In July 2020, I co-moderated a conversation with Silvia Zenteno, Director of Education and Training of It's On Us. We interviewed authors of Sexual Citizens: A Landmark Study on Sex, Power, and Assault Jennifer S. Hirsch and Shamus Khan in a two-part series.
EROC’s strength lies in our legacy....It is from this collective power that we will carve out a new chapter for EROC together.
The truth is, everything my mother instilled in me continues to feed my soul and she is the reason why I am who I am today.
The Campus Accountability Map and Tool, or CAMT, gives students access to the sum of a higher ed institution’s parts and creates a pathway toward an education free from violence.
Students have only been back on campus for in-person learning for less than a few months, and rampant campus sexual assault and universities’ failures to respond have already grabbed national headlines — again.
After months of empty platitudes about “urgency,” the Biden administration will delay making changes to the harmful Title IX regulations put in place under Betsy DeVos—until May of next year.
What student survivors want is to be seen, heard and believed. As the Department of Education works to overhaul Title IX, this is the time for them to lead by example.
August 2021: Interview with Kenyora Parham, Executive Director - EROC (End Rape on Campus)
Kathryn Marsh & Melissa Hoppmeyer are prosecutors with over two and a half decades of experience between them, specializing in child abuse, sexual assault and domestic violence crimes. They are also co-founders of Right Response Consulting, an agency that provides training and in the areas of sexual assault and harassment, child abuse, domestic abuse and human trafficking .
September 2021: Episode 2: 'The Red Zone' with End Rape on Campus
Moderated by Sunita, Founder of The Shushbox
"As we are coming off the heels of Covid-19, some schools are coming back from virtual learning to in-person learning...so what we fear is that the freshman class and untraditional sophomore classes are essentially coming together who have not undergone that in person college experience, which is going to attribute to the uptick of unwanted sexual assault. So we have actually named that The Double Red Zone for this year".
September 2020: Protecting Black Women in Leadership Roles
Beware of the "angry black woman." Too often this has been a stereotype for many black women in the workplaces who are driven, passionate, hard working, caring, and self -aware. Why is this common thread in the workplace, society, culture, and mainstream media? Well folks, we have a internal racism problem in white- dominated leadership structure. I'm flipping the script and shifting the narrative, black women's communication, mood or emotions will not be miscategorized.
I am posing in front of the SXSWEdu frame following the panel discussion I had the pleasure of speaking on to discuss campus sexual assault.