Masculinity Forum 2020

Improving outcomes for young men and masculine-identified youth in Tucson


















This fall, join us for a multi-day deep dive in which we will collectively explore the challenges facing teenage boys in Tucson, AZ. This comprehensive exploration of the challenges facing masculine-identified youth will feature an inspirational launch with Ashanti Branch, followed by two days of panels in which we take on the key barriers and opportunities to building an exceptional culture in Tucson, Arizona in which teenage boys are safe to ask for help, express themselves, and be whole.

Boys to Men Tucson is partnering with Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse, the University of Arizona's Consortium on Gender-Based Violence, the Southwest Institute for Research on Women (SIROW), and a coalition of community partners to present this exciting event, with support from the Lovell Foundation. 

Space is limited and registration is required. Please click the link below in order to register.


For any other questions or for more information please send us an email at

Check out our video below if you missed our kick-off event on June 26th event: "Boyhood & Masculinity: a film and conversation with Ashanti Branch & local leaders from Southern AZ."​

This is a 2-Day event scheduled for:

Monday October 26, 9:00AM - 12:00PM &

Wednesday October 28,  9:00AM - 12:00PM

Please click on the "Register Now" button below. 

Note: This will register you for both days of the event

Fall 2020 Masculinity Forum
Oct 26, 9:00 AM
Zoom Event

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