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In January, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson announced a 20 percent drop in expulsions and a 15.2 percent drop in suspensions statewide during the 2013-14 school year.The “Masculinity Discussion” series provides students with alternative views of masculinity, because according to the website, “We believe it is crucial to deconstruct our societal understanding of masculinity and establish more inclusive definitions of manhood as part of the effort to reduce violence in our communities.” DUDES other offerings include a fraternity-like brotherhood for male students interested in social justice called Rangi Ya Giza (RYG), as well as the Men Achieving Leadership Excellence and Success Institute, or MALES.RYG hosted a rally this spring to discuss “issues of modern policing,” at which they encouraged participants to sign a petition asking the Department of Justice to mandate better data reporting in police departments.Ritter said he thinks many high school students entering college develop unhealthy views of masculinity and sex from Hollywood movies, which can cause problems for them in college.“I think we’re trying to get men to break their stereotypes they have about women,” he asserted, saying, “if we can start breaking that cycle, we can start changing society.” According to Ritter, DUDES has a busy schedule planned for the upcoming fall semester.“It really opened a lot of administrators’ eyes that suspending a student from school because of some adverse behavior doesn’t correct the behavior,” Best said.
“A lot of time these kids are acting out because they’re not getting attention at home.” The district’s numbers have declined every year for the past four years, from 1,918 suspensions in 2011-12 to 852 in 2014-15.
The DUDES Resource Center, the description elaborates, “provides support for students who would like a safe space to talk about men’s issues, get involved on campus, and discuss issues regarding masculinity, media, gender roles, etc.” DUDES is one of five “Gender Programs” at Redlands that are designed to supplement the work of the Women’s Center and the Women’s Gender and Sexuality Studies Department.
The other initiatives include a “Masculinity Discussions” series, as well as three programs that provide resources and support for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence.
Ritter told article didn’t bother him, and that he was happy for the publicity.
“If you’re standing on the outside of this stuff, maybe it looks like bullshit, but that’s cool too,” Ritter said.
We provide students with access to a variety of affordable and appealing foods that meet the health and nutrition needs of students.