April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month
This is a serious topic that has been in the news and on college campuses. From "survivor" to "ally," everyone can believe and support each other in our RAMILY. The messages of victim blaming, shaming and other culturally harmful messages can change through education and empower our campus to listen and know the warning signs when it comes to sexual violence.
Sexual violence can be many things; intimate partner/dating violence, stalking or cyberstalking or sexual harassment.
Join the conversation at our events
Stand By Me: Bystander Intervention Techniques
Thursday, April 19 during Free Period in Carter Conference Room
Blurred Lines: Consent is hot, Assault is not
Thursday, April 26 during Free Period in Carter Conference Room
Or participate in other ways
- Wear the color teal on Tuesdays during April
- Wear jeans on Denim Day on Wednesday, April 25