The problem of sexual harassment and abuse of adults and children in the home, at school and at work has been well documented. New cases emerge almost daily. In this episode of Challenge 2.0, our panelists examine effective programs and efforts to support victims and prevent new cases…and what we can learn from them. The program will also address what parents can do as they raise their children to break the cycle of victimization.
Challenge 2.0 airs on MeTV on Sunday Mornings at 7:30 AM.
Host: Jeff Renner
The Rev. Pat Simpson, University Temple Methodist Church
Liz Coleclough, Director of Counseling at Jewish Family Services and of Project DVORA
Mary Santi, Chancellor for the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Seattle and as Executive Director of Human Resources
Challenge 2.0 Overview
The Treacy Levine Center, in partnership with Weigle Broadcasting and Seattle Community Cable TV, is announcing the Challenge 2.0. With host Jeff Renner, panelists from many faith and wisdom traditions will gather to take on the challenges that face us today. Panelists will bring their wisdom to the table to help us envision the future we all desire, and what we can do to get there. Panelists will bring a capacity to listen, learn and strive toward love for all the human family.
About the Treacy Levine Center
The center’s roots lie in the pioneering television interfaith dialogue program, “Challenge,” begun in 1960 in response to widespread fear among Americans concerning the prospect of a Catholic president. As an outgrowth of that dialogue, participants Rabbi Raphael Levine and Father William Treacy founded the Treacy Levine Center in 1966, under its original name, Camp Brotherhood. Now that the camp has sold to Camp Korey, the Treacy Levine Center is refocusing its mission to cross the bridge to our common humanity through media, events and encouraging personal action.