Sexual Assault Awareness Month

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A Student Conversation on Masculinity

Join us for facilitated, small group conversations about masculinity in observance of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Over Pizza, we'll discuss issues ranging from representations of masculinity to how masculinity influences our interactions with others. First and foremost, we hope to provide a space in which we can challenge masculine expectations that we not show vulnerability.

Hosted by Jesse Goncalves (goncalve@seattleu.edu)

In Partnership with the Center for Community Engagement 

  • Wednesday April 17th 5:30-6:30pm in STCN 380

Masculinity Conversation Information

 

 

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The Clothesline Project

The Clothesline Project is a vehicle for people affected by violence to express their emotions by decorating a shirt. They then hang the shirt on a clothesline to be viewed by others as testimony to the problem of power-based personal violence. Come view the impactful collection of shirts created by Seattle University students while it is displayed in Cherry Street.

  • Mon 4/15 through Fri 4/19, Cherry Street Market Walls

 

The Clothesline Project Information

 

Take Back the Night

Take Back the Night is held at numerous universities across the U.S to raise awareness on sexual violence. Join HAWC for this event, in solidarity with those who have experienced sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual abuse, and all other forms of sexual violence. The event includes a march around campus, a candlelight vigil and an opportunity to share a personal story, featuring speakers from the greater Seattle community. 

  • Thu 4/18, 5:00-8:00 pm, STCN 160

Take Back the Night Information

 

Students marching at Take Back the Night 2017

Green Dot Grad Social Hour

*This event is for current students who have completed the Green Dot Full Day Training.*

During Sexual Assault Awareness Month, join your fellow Green Dot Grads to get to know each other and chat about how you have been changing culture on campus! This is a great opportunity to connect for a cause and build community to end Power-Based Personal Violence.

Light Refreshments will be provided. Feel free to bring your lunch.

  • Tues, 4/23, 12:15-1:15 pm, CASY Atrium (1st Floor)

Green Dot Social Hour Information

Sexual Assault Awareness Month Resources

On-Campus Support

Explore the resources on-campus available for those who have experienced violence including venues of formal reporting and confidential support

On-Campus Resources

National Support

Learn more about the National Campaign for Sexual Assault Awareness Month and other resources offered by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center

National Sexual Violence Resource Center

Explore the variety of ways RAINN can support those who have experienced trauma and educate the public as the Nations Anti-Sexual Violence Organization

RAINN

Local Support

The Harborview Medical Center, only a few blocks from campus, houses the Center for Sexual Assault and Traumatic Stress which provides counseling and medical services for people who have experienced trauma

Center for Sexual Assault and Traumatic Stress

The King County Sexual Assault Resource Center provides navigational assistance for helping trauma experienced folx gain support.  They also provide a large variety of information on violence prevention and legal advocacy

King County Sexual Assault Resource Center

Hotlines

National Sexual Assault Hotline: 800-656-HOPE (4673) or click here to chat

King County 24-hour Resource Line: 888-99-VOICE (86423)

Crisis Connections Line: 1-866-4CRISIS (427-4747)

 

 

 

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