Tuesday, November 17, 2009

What Do Young People Say about the Richmond High Rape?

How are young people around Northern California responding to the gang rape of a Richmond High student outside the homecoming dance? On the next Your Call, we'll have a conversation with a panel of students about how they can they help us understand about how it happened. Join us live at 11 or send us an email at feedback@yourcallradio.org. How we can stop it from happening again? It's Your call, with Rose Aguilar and you.

Renee Caridan, senior at De Anza High School in Richmond

Timothy Jackson, executive director of the Bay Area Stop Hating Movement

Click to Listen: What Do Young People Say about the Richmond High Rape?

1 comment:

richard said...

Thank you for having me on the show! I wanted to make a quick ammendment to what i said about the New Jersey / Glen Park gang rape case; the boys who were not able to watch and left the scene did *not* report the incident to teachers or any other authority, which in itself is not exemplary of empathy. It still strikes me as significant that the the boys who left had sisters, and the boys who were perpetrators did not have sisters. I feel that in here somewhere is a key towards cultivating more empathy in boys towards girls and women.

Thanks again, i am still listening and appreciating multiple perspectives being shared on this show!