Learn. Act. Change.
April is a month dedicated to raising awareness about sexual violence and increasing the public’s understanding about sexual violence in our society.
It also provides opportunities for the community to be directly involved in supporting victims and survivors, their families, and organizations that provide crisis intervention throughout the year. Sexual violence prevention requires many voices and roles. Prevention is possible and we all can make a difference.
Join us as we learn, act and change together! We have chosen a special theme for each week:
Week One we will be exploring the impact that Intersectional Identities have upon sexual assault.
Week Two we will delve into Child Sexual Assault. April is also National Child Abuse Prevention Month.
Week Three is about learning about Survivor Rights and how to help someone through a sexual assault.
Week Four is a time to show your support by attending The Vagina Monologues, to understand consent and the impact of rape culture.
Intersectional Identities &
Their Impact On Sexual Assault
Child Sexual Abuse &
Child Abuse Prevention Month
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Supporting Survivors & Survivor Rights
Knowledge is power. Use the resources provided here to become aware and help survivors.
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Attend The Vagina Monologues!
Saturday, April 23rd.
Click here to learn more.
Post your DENIM!
Take a selfie on April 28th and post on social media with #ThisIsCommunity.