National Men's Equality Congress - July 13-14 2007 - Washington DC


We must all hang together,
 or most assuredly we shall all hang separately.

– Benjamin Franklin, 1776


National Men’s Equality Congress
Boys and the Boy Crisis

July 13-14, 2007 in Washington, DC

The Boys and the Boy Crisis Conference will be held in Washington D.C. this July 13-14. Our speakers include Warren Farrell, Matt O'Connor, Glenn Sacks, Christina Hoff Sommers, Paul Nathanson and Katherine Young, Stephen Baskerville and others. The price to attend the conference is only $110 and can be paid via credit card with the link below. After your transaction has been processed make sure to click the link that says "Return to the TrueEquality.com website" and you will be linked to the page where you complete your registration by entering your information on the web. If you miss the link just email us. Boys and the Boy Crisis Conference Registration:

Register for the Boys and the Boy Crisis here $110:

Register here for the Boys and Boy Crisis Conference AND for all three pre-conference workshops early bird rate of $199.

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  Pre-Conference Workshops  

All three

Register for all three Pre-Conference workshops here and save:

Your feedback last year was clear, you said you wanted more time with speakers. In order to make that happen three of our speakers (Warren Farrell, Matt O'Connor, and Glenn Sacks) have arranged to come in early and offer workshops on Friday prior to the opening of the conference Friday evening. We have tried to keep the costs for these low and are offering a registration price for these at $35 each. Come and spend the day with three of the most influential men working on issues for boys and men. Each workshop will be 2.5 hours in length.

You can also purchase the workshops separately below.

Purchase each separately

    Workshop Title Workshop Description
Warren Farrell Register for the Warren Farrell Pre-conference workshop here

 

 

Our Sons, Our Schools, Our Future: The Crisis Beneath the Boy Crisis—and How to Solve It

What is the underlying issue when we perceive our daughters’ problems as the schools’ fault and our sons’ problems as our sons’ fault? If our sons and daughters’ brains are different, what do we do with that info? What needs to be changed about the male-female dance to improve both our sons and daughters’ lives? Which men’s issues are the most crucial boys’ issues? Is our sons’ genetic heritage in conflict with their genetic future? A new approach to teaching communication and sports that can vastly improve our sons’ and daughters’ lives. Dr. Farrell is currently at work on a book on the boys’ crisis. This will be his first public presentation on his initial research.

Matt O'Connor

Register for the Matt O'Connor Pre-conference workshop here:

THE FATHERS REVOLUTION Founding father of campaign group Fathers 4 Justice, Matt O’Connor exports his no nonsense vision of non-violent direct action to the United States for the first time and spells out the strategies and structures that can turn a campaign in crisis into a campaign in the national headlines. Expect strong arguments and strong language.
Glenn Sacks Register for the Glenn Sacks Pre-conference workshop here
Anti-Male Bias
in the Media
Anti-male bias runs throughout the mainstream media and also, to a lesser extent, the conservative alternative media. The media provides a terribly stilted view of issues such as divorce and child support, domestic violence, child abuse, and men's and women's contributions to their families. Prominent examples include: media coverage of the Clara Harris 'Murder by Mercedes' Case; numerous child support enforcement publicity campaigns against so-called "deadbeat dads"; and the "lazy husband" myth currently being used to explain the decline of marriage. Discuss what you can do to combat anti-male media bias with Glenn.

 


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