Monthly Archives: July 2011

Weekly Word Up

Where is your line of consent? This week’s Word Up is inspired by our home girl and fellow activist, Nancy Schwartzman. Nancy’s film, THE LINE raises the important question of consent. We encourage you to visit her new website, whereisyourline.org and if you have not seen her documentary, THE LINE, consider this an official invitation […]
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One Student Partners with Safe Campus Strong Voices

The “Safe Campus, Strong Voices” Campaign is a national initiative for Campus Safety Awareness Month in September to raise awareness and increase advocacy on the issue of college sexual violence and the vast amount of under-reported cases as well as the injustices that many survivors face. This groundbreaking campaign will focus on victim empowerment, prevention, bystander […]
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Weekly Word Up

How can technology and social media help prevent sexual assault  and relationship violence on campus? This week’s word up is inspired the recent challenge Vice President Biden and Secretary Sebelius announced. The U.S. Department of Health is partnering with the White House Office of Science and Technology to challenge developers to create innovative apps to […]
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Weekly Word Up

What resources and education outreach do you think is most effective in addressing sexual violence on campus? We are dying to hear about what you’re doing in your community!
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