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The Male Viewpoint on Domestic Violence
Dr. Bent-Goodley hosts a panel of 2-3 men to discuss how men can become more involved in domestic violence prevention. They will also explore the role of men of faith in addressing domestic violence.

Sep 23, 2020 04:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Tricia Bent-Goodley
Professor Emeritus, Social Work and Graduate Professor, Public Health @Howard University
Dr. Bent-Goodley is Professor Emeritus of Social Work and Graduate Professor in the Public Health Program in the Graduate School at Howard University. She has spent over 25 years as a mental health clinician, researcher and senior administrator with a passion for families and communities. Dr. Bent-Goodley served as the Founding Director of the Howard University Interpersonal Violence Prevention Program and is the Chair of the Prince George's County Domestic Violence Fatality Review Team. Dr. Bent-Goodley’s research has focused on areas such as domestic and sexual violence, sex trafficking, HIV prevention, domestic violence homicide prevention, and healthy relationship education. She has developed community and faith-based interventions with a focus on improving the health and well-being of and strengthening Black families.
Tony Porter
Chief Executive Officer @A CALL TO MEN
Tony Porter is an author, educator and activist working to advance social justice issues and Chief Executive Officer of A CALL TO MEN. Porter is internationally recognized for his efforts to prevent violence against women while promoting a healthy, respectful manhood. He is a leading voice on male socialization, the intersection of masculinity and violence against women, and healthy, respectful manhood. Porter’s 2010 TED Talk has been named by GQ Magazine as one of the “Top 10 TED Talks Every Man Should See.”
Johnny Rice II, DrPH, MSCJ
Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice @Coppin State University in Baltimore
Johnny Rice, an Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at Coppin State University, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences, has expertise in the areas of delinquency, victimization and social justice. Dr. Rice previously served as Senior Program Associate at the Vera Institute of Justice in the Supervised Visitation Initiative. Before joining Vera, he worked as a public administrator for the Maryland Department of Human Resources, overseeing their various programs on family violence and victims of crime. Dr. Rice held the position of Chief Operating Officer and Director of the nationally recognized Men's Services Responsible Fatherhood Program at the Center for Urban Families (CFUF) in Baltimore.