This statewide project presents shirts – displayed on a clothesline strung through the Pecan Court on campus – that personalize gender-based violence. The display is made by survivors of violence against women, including sexual assault and domestic violence. SEXplorations, a student organization, will sponsor a t-shirt making program on Friday evening. Students, staff, and faculty will be able to add their own shirts to the clothesline to either tell their own stories or those of women close to them.
The Crisis Center for Women has developed flyers with sexual assault statistics and the Family Watchdog website on them. The CCW will spend a few hours each Saturday in the month of April walking door-to-door in Fort Smith canvassing various neighborhoods distributing the flyers. This would spread awareness about sexual assault and our services on a grass roots level! Bikers against Child Abuse (BACA) will participate, helping to draw attention to our cause.
Topics covered by the National Stalking Resource Center will include:
?? Overview of Stalking
?? A Victim’s Perspective
?? The Use of Technology to Stalk
?? Investigating Stalking
?? Charging the Stalking Case
?? Working with Victims
?? Creating a Coordinated Community Response
Workshops provided by National, Regional, and Local Speakers will
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