Sexual Assault Awareness Month

SAAM Blog Campaign (all month) – Send posts to Lauren.Bernstein@emory.edu. View posts on the Office of Health Promotion blog

Wonderful Wednesday - W 4/3 11:30am-2pm Asbury Circle

 

Forum on Sexual Assault & the Media - Th 4/4 6-8pm Harland Cinema

Co-sponsored by the Emory Media Council, Sexual Assault Peer Advocates, and the Respect Program, this workshop will explore how sexual assault is often discussed in the media and best practice for how to report on sexual violence as an issue.

 

Sexual Assault Prevention Action Workshop, Mon. 4/8 6pm DUC 332

Learn how to get consent and be an effective bystander as well as how to be a change agent on campus.  Facilitated by the Alliance for Sexual Assault Prevention & the Respect Program

 

Sexual Assault Peer Advocates Training Mon. 4/8 6pm register here: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/April8pretest

Learn what to say, what not to say, and how to help sexual assault survivors

 

Sexual Assault Peer Advocates Fundraiser Wed. 4/10 all day at Fresh2Order in Emory Point

Order some delicious lunch or dinner and support the work of Sexual Assault Peer Advocates!

 

Sexual Assault Prevention is Public Health Th 4/11 12pm CNR 3001

 

Andrea Gibson - Poet & Activist Th 4/11 Glenn Memorial

Andrea Gibson uses spoken word to create social change around social justice and sexual assault issues.  Learn more about her here: http://www.andreagibson.org/

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RespectCon 2013 - All Day Fri. 4/12/13

RespectCon is a conference highlighting sexual assault prevention on college campuses as it intersects with social justice. Register and see the full schedule here:

http://studenthealth.emory.edu/hp/programs/respectcon/index.html

Documentary and Discussion on Sexual Violence: A Public Health Issue- 7-8:30pm 4/18/2013

Grads Against Violence will be hosting a documentary at Rollins.

Wonderful Wednesday - W 4/24/13 11:30-2pm Asbury Circle

 

Denim Day - Wed. 4/24/13 all day

Show your support for sexual assault survivors by wearing denim. Denim Day stems from a 1992 Italian court case in which the conviction of a rapist was overturned. Because the victim was wearing jeans, the judge ruled that “she had to help him (the rapist) remove them, and by removing the jeans it was no longer rape but consensual sex.”  Cards will be disseminated to show your support and donations will be collected to benefit the Respect Program’s work to support survivors and prevent sexual violence.

 

Sexual Assault Peer Advocates Training Wed. 4/24 6pm

Register here: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/April24pretest

Learn what to say, what not to say, and how to help sexual assault survivors

Co-sponsored by the Respect Program, Alliance for Sexual Assault Prevention, Sexual Assault Peer Advocates, Grads Against Violence, Emory Pride, Lullwater Review, Office of Health Promotion, Student Health & Counseling Services, the Division of Campus Life, Emory Media Council, Georgia Public Health Association, Emory Center for Injury Control, Center for Women, Tri Delta Sorority, Student Programming Council, Emory Center for Injury Control, Active Minds, the Dobbs University Center, Minds on Mic