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Inside Vandy
Senior Dallas Jessup released her first film, Just Yell Fire, while still in high school. The film, which aimed to teach girls ways to stay safe and defend themselves, garnered attention and awards from across the country. Now, drawing on her experience at Vanderbilt, Jessup has released a new film, "Just Yell Fire: Campus Life." In the light of the new film's release, The Vanderbilt Hustler sat down with Jessup to get her advice for Vanderbilt students.
Dallas Jessup's tips for being an...

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USA Today
Dallas Jessup is still embarrassed by the story, though her mom loves to tell it.
At age 10, little Dallas was ready to date. There was a cute boy, and she asked her parents if she could go out with him.
"My dad -- a very clever man -- said, 'You can date when you get a black belt,' " Jessup recalls.
Little did he know that statement would not only inspire the girl to take combat classes, but also would propel Jessup along a pathway of teaching other girls how to stand up for...

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News Channel 5 Nashville
A Vanderbilt University senior is being honored with what's considered the Nobel Prize for child advocates.  It's called the World of Children Award, and 20-year-old Dallas Jessup is one of six recipients.
"It was pretty shocking, I mean, it's quite an honor to be a part of this amazing group of people who are making an impact on our future," said Jessup.
She's an author, filmmaker, and youth advocate who at just 15 years old, realized she had a valuable skill that was worth...

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2007 CNN Hero Dallas Jessup talks about "Just Yell Fire," an initiative to teach young girls how to defend themselves.

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The Dee Armstrong Show
What did you teach your daughter about defending herself from an attacker? If that is a concern, Martial Arts Expert and Author Dallas Jessup has an awesome video available called "Just Yell Fire."
Self Defense Filmmaker Dallas Jesup will be on the show today, talking about her film & women's self defense revolution "Just Yell Fire; Empowering Girls to Protect Themselves." You don't want to miss this !

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Dallas Jessup teaches Karyn Greer some simple moves to help stop an attack. Jessup founded Just Yell Fire, an international movement to combat violence against young women.

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