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Justin Carter is an activist, advocate, and spoken word poet whose purpose in life is to bring an end to violence in our society. Justin has a passion for violence prevention and has collaborated with and for universities, non-profits, and local and state agencies. He has also spoken at local, state, and national level conferences, podcasts, and rallies. His focus is primarily on Bystander Intervention, Consent Education, Title IX, Masculinity programming, and Outreach with underserved populations.
He has trained, presented, served on panels, and been featured as a keynote speaker in multiple Universities across nation. Currently, he has educated students, staff, and faculty on healthy relationships and created the healthy masculinity program Be a Man at The Ohio State University. By engaging minority students with the knowledge of violence prevention, specifically domestic and sexual, he has been a prominent resource.
His focus on Men in Masculinity has grown into a passion for ending intimate partner violence and sexual assault. His future plans are to continue working with youth, engaging males, and facilitating violence prevention by promoting healthy manhood. Tony Porter, Jackson Katz, and Rus Funk are the key leaders in the Men’s Movement to End Violence that have inspired Justin’s work.
After years of service, Justin has promoted social justice, inspired inter-group collaboration, and cultivated welcoming climates through facilitation, education, and evaluation across hundreds of participants.
Justin has been honored with numerous accolades such as the Distinguished Undergraduate Student Service Award (Todd Anthony Bell National Resource Center on the African American Male), Actively Caring Human Award (Promote Care & Prevent Harm), the Black Excellence Award (Black Student Association at Ohio State University), and the Bachelor of Social Work Student of the Year Award (National Association of Social Workers Ohio Chapter - Region 5 )(Columbus Area).
"I truly believe education within the male community specifically young men, is key to ending sexual violence. I want to continue to educate men on sexual violence and teach them that we must hold accountable those men who perpetrate sexual violence."
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