Maine Boys to Men Receives National Funding

MAINE BOYS TO MEN RECEIVES $349,233 GRANT FROM US DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE OFFICE ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN The United States Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) has awarded a grant of nearly $350,000 to Maine Boys to Men. This award supports a multi-year project to engage adult…

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20 Years of Innovation and Impact

In 1998, the same year Google was founded and Bill Clinton was busy denying sexual relations with Monica Lewinsky, a group of passionate, driven, and courageous individuals in Maine came together around a vision. Their vision, truly revolutionary for its time, connected the dots between the emotional well-being of boys,…

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Thankfully, the voices are getting louder.

Thankfully, the voices are getting louder.   The work WE do through Maine Boys to Men has never been more relevant. Issues we have been facing head-on for years have now become the world's most popular discussion. Our work is now top-of-mind and your involvement will have a powerful impact…

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Matt Lauer

We don’t know the details yet, but it’s a familiar story. One year ago tomorrow, Matt Lauer NBC’s leading anchor, signed a contract to extend his work with NBC through 2018. Yesterday, he was at the top of his game. Today, he was fired following a detailed accusation of inappropriate…

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Men. It's our turn!

My message last week was about Harvey Weinstein. It was also about the thousands of young people in Maine who have been stepping up to challenge sexism in their schools and the wisdom they could share with Mr. Weinstein and so many others. Today, my message is a call for…

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Harvey Weinstein

Something interesting is happening. Harvey Weinstein was the king of Hollywood. The King. He was also a bully that used his male power and privilege to harass and abuse women. His behavior was allowed to persist for years. Until now. Someone said something, and then someone else said something. Suddenly,…

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