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April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month!

Join Project S.A.F.E. and The O.C.E. for a month-long series of events centering Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention at Occidental College.

If you or your organization are interested in volunteering or co-sponsoring an event in the series, please contact projectsafe@oxy.edu or any of our student PAs!

Here is an overview of the events in April:

Monday, April 2nd
12pm-1:30pm in The Academic Quad
Tabling to hand out Take Back the Night 2018 T-shirts & learn about the events all month

Tuesday, April 3rd
12pm-1:30pm in The Academic Quad
Tabling to hand out Take Back the Night 2018 T-shirts

Wednesday, April 4th
12pm-1:30pm in The Academic Quad
Tabling to hand out Take Back the Night 2018 T-shirts & learn about the events all month

7:00-8:15pm in The Choi Auditorium
Invisible survivors of #MeToo
James Meaudors and Leigh Ann from The Arc present a talk highlighting the too often invisible survivors of sexual violence, those with developmental disabilities.

8:30-10:00pm at The Greek Bowl
Take Back the Night Survivor Speakout
A space for survivors of sexual trauma and their allies to share, listen, support, and build community
*Survivor Advocate & Emmons counselor will be present for support

April 9th-April 18th
The grass between The Library & Lower Herrick
The Clothesline Project

Tuesday, April 10th
6:00-8:00pm location TBD
Art as Healing Workshop with Eve Andry of A Window Between Worlds

Wednesday, April 11th
7:00-9:00pm in The Choi Auditorium
"Out in the Night" Documentary screening & Discussion

Thursday, April 12th
6:30-8:00pm in Lower Herrick
Trauma-Informed Yoga with Katia Ornelas

Sunday, April 15th
10:00-2:00pm
Community Volunteer day at the Violence Intervention Program

Wednesday, April 25th
11:30am-1:30pm at The JSC Quad
SAAM Resource fair with Project SAFE, Peace Over Violence, Center for the Pacific Asian Family, Emmons Wellness Center, Title IX & others!

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Take Back the Night & SAAM are designed to raise awareness about and build community around ending sexual assault. As an office dedicated to supporting survivors, we acknowledge that this focused attention can be difficult for those who've experienced sexual violence in the past. Your safety and well-being is our priority. The Survivor Advocate is available for individual support, to request accommodations, or to provide referrals. Please reach out if we can help: survivoradvocate@oxy.edu or 323-259-1359.