Join Columbia University for a basketball tournament promoting the importance of sexual consent. Teams of 5 are needed for 3-on-3 tournaments ($25 per team, $5 per individual--to be paired with a team). All proceeds benefit NSBE. Students, administrators, and community members are welcome.
A youth led community event to show support for survivors of sexual and relationship violence, demand accountability for perpetrators, and encourage community responsibility for preventing violence. Solidarity Walk for survivors of violence will begin at 5pm at the Main Library. For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Clothesline Project is a visual display of shirts with graphic messages and illustrations that have been designed by women survivors of violence or by someone who loves a woman who has been killed. Northland Family Help Center has over 1,000 shirts from our many years of serving victims.
Community members meet under the bridge at Flagstaff Medical Center; Northern Arizona University Students meet at the Student Union Ampi-theatre. March begins at 5:30pm and the Take Back the Night Ceremony begins at 6pm.
The P.E.A.C.E. Project (Prevention Education And Creative Expression) is an innovative traveling youth theater troupe that, through performances and follow-up dialogue, seeks to educate the community and their peers Sexual Violence Prevention and Education.
To play a part in the BARS Campaign (Bars Against Rape and Sexism), Northland Family Help Center will host an “I Love Consensual Sex Prom: Preventing Sexual Violence thru Healthy Sexuality”. The BARS Campaign also includes: prevention posters hung in several participating bars, facility assessments, multi-session SVPEP trainings and a PR campaign.
WEAVE challenges Sacramento men to walk in high heels in an effort to increase awareness about sexual assault. This event gives men the opportunity to put themselves in women’s shoes while showing support for a great cause.
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