Posts tagged survival arts
CNN Philippines — Julia Saubier speaks about Survival Arts Academy

Julia Saubier speaks on CNN Philippines about the work that Survival Arts Academy is doing to protect women, children, and LGBTQ communities worldwide through Pekiti Tirsia Kali.

Watch her live interview with Charles Tiu on our channel!

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#NoMeansNo — Survival Arts Teaches Consent in 13 Languages

In the Philippines, ​a person is reportedly raped per hour​. In America, ​every 92 seconds, an American is sexually assaulted​. In this article, Jamie Yancovitz and Julia Saubier discuss their campaign #NoMeansNo in 7 world languages and 6 languages of the Philippines.

Survival Arts represents a global movement to equip women, girls, and members of the LGBTQ community with the tools and mindset to protect themselves, and to likewise, seek to challenge and dismantle power systems and paradigms which give rise to a world where sexual violence, harassment, and abuse are the norm. The international multilingual Survival Arts #NoMeansNo campaign is just the first step in our global plan to educate the public about sexual consent.

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Long Beach Post — Survival Arts Academy Breeds Generations of Warrior Women with Ancient Filipino Martial Arts

“Warrior chants rang from the center of Gumbiner Park in the East Village early Saturday afternoon, where three long rows of women, each woman wielding a wooden stick, maneuvered in unison.”

In this article and video published in the Long Beach Post, womxn and girls train to protect their bodies from violence, while healing from sexual assault and trauma.

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Huffington Post — #MeToo Shows That Women Must Learn Sexual Self-Defense

“The best way to reduce female victimhood is to teach methods of prevention and self-defense. The current moment is precious, but fragile. #MeToo can be the beginning of a sustained civil rights movement to free woman from the currently pervasive threat of sexual assault” - Allen Frances, MD.

In this article published in the Huffington Post, psychiatrist Dr. Allen Frances speaks with Survival Arts Director Jamie Yancovitz about the #MeToo movement and what women can do in response to sexual assault.

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