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The Girl's Center at Clemson University has brought in the young filmmaker who launched what CNN calls a Million Girl Revolution against violence and abuse, to keynote the 2013 Empowering Girls Symposium kicking off Domestic Violence Awareness Month at the Columbia Convention Center on Friday beginning at 8AM.
Dallas Jessup, who founded the nonprofit Just Yell Fire and has traveled 200,000 miles speaking out against violence against girls, has a very different take on...

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WLTX Columbia, SC
The eighth annual Empowering Girls Symposium kicked off Friday in Columbia.
Clemson's Youth Learning Institute hosted the event at the Columbia Conference Center. 
The symposium is designed to address specific gender issues and the most pressing needs of girls in our state, including self-defense tactics.
"Girls need to know they have the right to stand up for themselves and they have the right to be who they wanna be, and you can do anything you put your mind to, but you need...

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King 5 News
Campus safety is on the minds of many incoming freshmen as the University of Washington and other colleges begin classes this week.
"First thing is to fight back. Look confident when you're walking around. Predators and rapists are looking for people who are shuffling, looking at their iPhones, people who don't look like they're going to put up much of a fight, unfortunately," Jessup said.
Jessup offers these tips:
Go for your attacker's main targets like the eyes, ears...

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Many college freshmen are moving into their dorms ahead of the fall semester, and a new video created by a young woman hopes to help her peers avoid potential dangers.
What began as a freely distributed film in 2006 has grown into a "million girl revolution combating violence against young women." With one in four women experiencing sexual assault and a third of young women enduring dating abuse, Dallas Jessup, who founded the Just Yell Fire nonprofit at 14, released a new...

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The Sparta Independent
Coeds don't know they face a 1 in 4 risk of sexual assault, 1 in 3 of dating abuse or other random violence but one nonprofit, Just Yell Fire, has released 5 Tips to Stay Safe at College and has a free stay-safe film online that has been lauded by schools and law enforcement nationwide.
Dallas Jessup, the founder of Just Yell Fire, herself a recent college graduate, launched the nonprofit when she was still in high school and has grown it into a 1.8 million girl revolution...

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