➡ View the video-recording of this event.

This event is part of “Knowledge for Change”: UCLA’s Inaugural Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Awareness Week

Multiple overlapping and intersecting regimes—from federal and state laws, to university policies and codes of conduct—regulate sexual harassment and sexual violence.  For anyone interested in ending sexual harassment and sexual violence, understanding these regimes is essential.  But it’s only a start.  We must also probe the status quo.  Are these regimes enough?  Do they go too far?  Even if we’re satisfied, do law and policy offer realistic and practical solutions?  And where does the university fit in?  What special role might we play in this often fraught and contested domain?

Date:   Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Time: 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm


UCLA School of Law
Room 1420
385 Charles E. Young Drive East
Los Angeles, CA 90095

ModeratorJerry Kang, Vice Chancellor for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion; Professor of Law and Asian American Studies, and Korea Times Hankook Ilbo Endowed Chair, UCLA


  • Chandra BhatnagarDirector, UCLA Staff Diversity and Affirmative Action/EEO Compliance Office
  • Jessica Cattelino, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Senior Faculty Research Associate, UCLA Center for the Study of Women
  • Cheryl Harris, Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Professor in Civil Rights and Civil Liberties
  • Anna ParkRegional Attorney, Los Angeles District Office of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
  • Kathleen SalvatyUC Systemwide Title IX Coordinator

➡ Live-stream will be available at www.bit.ly/crosscheck417