Publication: Current Health 2 September 1
One teen from Vancouver, Wash., is helping thousands of women and girls
all over the world avoid sexual assault. Dallas Jessup, 17, has put her martial
arts training to work in a short film, Just Yell Fire, which is available to view at
www.justyellfire.com. Dallas travels "about 10,000 miles a month" teaching
self-defense techniques. And she recently published Young...
Local News: KTVU Channel 2 July 31
When Dallas Jessup was 13 years old, she produced the movie. It's a guide for young girls and how to protect themselves from sexual advances and abductions. Now she is 17 years old. The movie is called Just Yell Fire. Why that title?
"Because today too many teens yell help, so people really aren't listening any more. They say 'rape' or 'I'm being taken.' People are too afraid to get...
Talk Show: Fox & Friends March 25(media content)
Talk Show: Today Show March 23
Dallas Jessup on how to turn anger at injustice into a movement for change
From the front lines of youth activism, 17-year-old Dallas Jessup delivers a how-to guide for any teen who wants to change the world. She shares inspiring stories of teen activists and her own community service project, which grew into a worldwide revolution against predators. An excerpt.
Americans love a...
Television: CNN Heroes December 6(media content)