Families Advocating for Campus Equality
Families Advocating for Campus Equality


Family. Support. Advocacy.


Supporting and Advocating for Equal Treatment and Due Process for Those Affected by Inequitable Title IX Campus Disciplinary Processes 

Families Advocating for Campus Equality (FACE) was founded in 2013 by three mothers of sons who had been falsely accused of sexual misconduct at their respective colleges. Largely organized and run by women (even though the victims of the injustice they are campaigning against are mostly men), FACE has built a formidable legal case and established itself as a serious political presence in the US.

As more mothers began to seek them out with similar concerns, they decided to form an organization which would bring together families across the country to address what families consistently have referred to as a “nightmare.” FACE became the mechanism through which the founders sought to provide support for the students and families affected by inequitable Title IX processes, and to advocate for policy and legislative change. Since then, hundreds of students and families have sought support from FACE, and the accused students, though primarily male, have come to include women, LGBTQ persons, and those of other gender identities.

Today FACE has become an important player in the effort to balance and protect the interests of all parties involved in a Title IX dispute. We have met with countless state and federal legislators, leaders from the Departments of Education and Justice, and been referenced in articles, on various online forums, and on radio and television. Ensuring justice and equitable procedures for both complainants and respondents is challenging and fraught with emotional, political, and institutional biases. Even so, it is a challenge FACE has met and will continue to meet head-on until balance is restored to Title IX processes at every institution across the country.




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No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance...
— Title IX 20 U.S.C. Sec. 1681


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If you are a falsely accused student, family member, attorney, or advocate, get in touch with us by submitting a contact form and become a member of the FACE network. 

For general inquiries, use the form below to contact us. Please be as detailed as possible. Include the category along with any specific requests. To help us best service your inquiry, we recommend that you first describe the reason for contacting FACE before telling us what you want to achieve. You may also email or call us.

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Submitted inquiries are considered confidential and sensitive. If you, or someone you represent, is a falsely accused student, a member of the FACE Intake Committee will contact you.