What is Prevent Resist Support?
Prevent Resist Support is a new podcast from the Office of Sexual Violence Prevention, Resistance, and Support at the University of Windsor. This podcast will focus on the ins and outs of campus-based sexual violence prevention. We'll be discussing our local approaches to tackling the complex issue of sexual and gender-based violence, and interviewing experts in the field.
Find local support for sexual violence at the Ontario Coalition of Rape Crisis Centres (OCRCC) website.
The wait is over, the Prevent. Resist. Support Podcast is back with Season 3!
This season we have episodes about pelvic floor therapy, revenge porn, sexual harrassment in the tattooing industry and many more! We are also happy to welcome back some past guests - how many familiar voices you can recognize?
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Listen to this season's first episode below.
Most Recent Episode
Season 3, Episode 2 - Support with the Office of Sexual Violence Prevention, Resistance, and Suppport with Dusty Johnstone
PRS Behind the Scenes
Our Theme Song
Our amazing PRS podcast theme song is by Canadian singer-songwriter Keats Conlon (She/Her)!
Here is what Keats has to say about the creative process for writing this original piece:
"As someone who has been inspired by Anne for many years (both as her friend and a fan of all her educational work) I was so excited and thankful to be a part of this project. After going back and forth with her and the rest of the creative team on a few drafts, we decided on the current iteration of the 'Prevent. Resist. Support.' theme. We felt that the strong melody and supportive message blended perfectly with the overall purpose of the podcast. Thanks for letting me be a part of this amazing project!"
Our Sound Editing
Our podcast is edited by Astra Burdette (She/Her). Astra is a sound engineer in Windsor, Ontario. You can contact her at email@example.com
For questions about the Prevent. Resist. Support. (PRS) podcast, contact Anne (She/Her):