| Moscow-Pullman Daily News | September 25, 2016
Rape survivor, victim advocate speaks at Katy Benoit memorial week
By Shanon Quinn, Daily News staff writer
While colleges around the nation and beyond are acting to keep women safe on their campuses, many of those actions are not addressing the issues of a “rape culture,” Juliette Grimmett, rape survivor, advocate and educator, told a University of Idaho audience Friday.
| The News & Observer | December 16, 2014
By Jane Stancill
The article highlights the first annual Chrysalis Network Conference, Solving the Campus Sexual and Dating Violence Puzzle Conference, as well as the employee trainings Juliette Grimmett has been providing at Appalachian State University.
| WUNC 91.5 North Carolina Public Radio | September 30, 2014
Listen in as Juliette Grimmett speaks to what is needed to prevent sexual violence on college campuses.
| SeeTheTriumph.com | September 25, 2014
Guest Blog Post By Juliette Grimmett
“I cannot recall a Thanksgiving dinner that did not include me starting up a discussion about sexism and gender-based violence (GBV). There have been times where I facilitated activities on my parents kitchen chalkboard about how the use of problematic words like “bitch” and the pervasive, all-encompassing term “guys,” are dismissive of women and contributes to rape culture.” Read the full post at seethetriumph.com.
A documentary film by Marc A. Grimmett & David Hambridge
Juliette Grimmett, Consulting Producer
MY MASCULINITY HELPS explores the role of African American men and boys in the prevention of sexual violence. It shows African American male allies (psychologist, professor, peer educator, attorney, pastor, athlete, middle and high school students, activist) demonstrating understanding and support for survivors of sexual violence. Strategies for assistance and prevention are provided. Survivors also share their stories and what has helped them. The film serves as a counter-narrative to often inaccurate and misleading portrayals of African American masculinity. Our goal is to engage boys and men in the deconstruction of gender roles, masculinity, and power and in the prevention of sexual violence. It can be used in schools, colleges, and athletic, professional, community, and faith-based organizations.