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Christine Ditter commented on the event Dismantling a Culture of Rape

Clothesline Project Gallery Walk Day

Tuesday, Apr 9, 9 am
ASU Tempe, Barrett the Honors College, Academic Court

Barrett the Honors College is hosting a Clothesline Project for Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Students created t-shirts either sharing their own stories, messages of support for survivors and/or speaking out against violence. View the t-shirts made by your peers and learn more about sexual violence prevention. 

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Christine Ditter commented on the event A Cup of Prevention

Dismantling a Culture of Rape

Tuesday, Apr 9, 6 pm
Mesa Community College - 1833 West Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85202

Current events seem to be a never ending slew of assault cases interwoven with remarks like, "boys will be boys" or "why did they wait so long to report?" In an era when conversations of sexual assault are ubiquitous, but progress is unsubstantial, Project Humanities seeks to answer these questions, "How did we get here?" and "Why are we still here?" by untangling America's long history of complicity and rape culture. This community conversation will be facilitated by local experts,...

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Catherine M Mancini

I will bringing one guest but not sure how to RSVP for him: Mark Eshelman, email: cathiemancini@gmail.com

Christine Ditter

Hello. Here is the Eventbrite link to RSVP. If you've already tried this and it did not work, feel free to just bring your guest along! Thanks!

Men, Masculinity and Sexual Violence Movements

Sunday, Apr 28, 3 pm
Facebook Live Stream at www.facebook.com/acesdv

FACEBOOK LIVE STREAM - WATCH AT FACEBOOK.COM/ACESDV

To wrap up the Men Against Patriarchy and Opression (MAPO) Sexual Assault Awareness Month series, panelists discuss historical and contemporary approaches to men's involvement in sexual violence as a poltical and social movement. We ask a panel to weigh in on the notion's of men's impact on the sexual violence movements as well as ideas on how to proactively engage men and boys in the fight to end sexual violece.

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Male Sexual Assault Survivors and Sexual Violence Awareness

Wednesday, Apr 24, 4 pm
Facebook Live Stream at www.facebook.com/acesdv

FACEBOOK LIVE STREAM - WATCH AT FACEBOOK.COM/ACESDV

One in six men have experienced contact sexual violence in their lifetime. Join us as male sexual assault survivors talk about their experiences of sexual violence, the reactions they received after disclosing victimization, and their healing journey. 

For more information, contact Jamal Brooks-Hawkins at jamal@acesdv.org. 

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Toxic Masculinity: Sexual Violence Awareness

Wednesday, Apr 24, 3 pm
Facebook Live Stream at www.facebook.com/acesdv

FACEBOOK LIVE STREAM - WATCH AT FACEBOOK.COM/ACESDV

Toxic masculinity is a set of characteristics which contributes to harmful behaviors among men and boys. Toxic masculinity has been attributed to poor health outcomes, low educational attainment, as well as risk factors for domestic and sexual violence perpetration. However, toxic masculinity can present differently when applied to social identities. Therefore, dialogue regarding toxic masculinity, must include discussion of...

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Sexual Minority Men, Masculinity and Sexual Violence Awareness

Tuesday, Apr 16, 3 pm
Facebook Live Stream at www.facebook.com/acesdv

FACEBOOK LIVE STREAM - WATCH AT FACEBOOK.COM/ACESDV

Sexual minority men are disproportionately affected by sexual violence. Nearly 40% of gay men will experience contact sexual violence and 50% of bisexual men will experience sexual violence in thier lifetime. Join us as sexual minority men speak about their experiences with their sexual identity, masculinity and sexual violence.

For more information, contact Jamal Brooks-Hawkins at jamal@acesdv.org. 

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Men of Color, Masculinity and Sexual Violence Awareness

Tuesday, Apr 16, 2 pm
Facebook Live Stream at www.facebook.com/acesdv

FACEBOOK LIVE STREAM - WATCH AT FACEBOOK.COM/ACESDV

Men of Color (MOC) are less likely to report and seek services related to sexual violence due to ideas of masculinity, historical stereotyping and harmful criminal justice practices. Furthermore, MOC are likely to suffer in silence as well as be arrested due to unaddressed trauma if they have experienced sexual violence. This can be attributed to racism and other forms of oppression which label MOC as sexual criminals and...

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Youth, Masculinity and Sexual Violece Awareness

Monday, Apr 8, 5 pm
Facebook Live Stream at www.facebook.com/acesdv

FACEBOOK LIVE STREAM - WATCH AT FACEBOOK.COM/ACESDV

Addressing sexual violence with young men and boys has become a national agenda. In this time of hyper-awareness about sexual violence, many would like to know what are the conversations beig had with and among men and boys about sexual violence. Join us as we speak to youth and young adults engaged in the work of sexual violence prevention.

For more information, contact Jamal Brooks-Hawkins at jamal@acesdv.org. 

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Men with Disabilities, Masculinity and Sexual Violence Awareness

Monday, Apr 8, 4 pm
Facebook Live Stream at www.facebook.com/acesdv

FACEBOOK LIVE STREAM - WATCH AT FACEBOOK.COM/ACESDV

Men with disabilities are at an increased risk to experience sexual violence, yet are often left out of anti-violence conversations. To gain greater insight into the experiences of men with disabilities, join us for a panel discussion on the intersection of sexual violence and men with disabilities.

For more information, contact Jamal Brooks-Hawkins at jamal@acesdv.org. 

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Transmen, Visibility, Masculinity and Sexual Violence Awareness

Sunday, Mar 31, 3 pm
Facebook Live Stream at www.facebook.com/acesdv

FACEBOOK LIVE STREAM - WATCH AT FACEBOOK.COM/ACESDV

One in two transgender men will experience sexual violence in his lifetime. Transmen and their journeys of masculinity are simultaneously hyper visible and invisible. This panel discussion asks transmen to discuss their journey of masculinity, sexual violence in trans communities, and the need for sexual violece prevention in their communities. 

For more information, contact Jamal Brooks-Hawkins at jamal@acesdv.org.

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Collage Your Narrative

Monday, Apr 1, 6:30 pm
ASU Tempe, Arcadia Residential Community

Join the CounterAct Initiative in catalyzing 880 creative actions against sexual violence.

In this collage session we will engage with cutting an pasting as metaphors for expressing thoughts, feelings, stories and ideas. The session will include a grounding meditation, and is a safe place where conversation and vulnerability will be fostered and tended to. The idea is to leave the session lighter, supported and empowered, as we remind ourselves we are in control of our...

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Women Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence in the Spanish Legal System: Why Do They Disengage from Legal Proceedings?

Tuesday, Apr 16, 1:30 pm
ASU Tempe, West Hall, Room 135

The School of Social Transformation and the Office of Gender Based Violence host visiting scholar, Maria Garcia Jimenez, who will provide a talk on her research on intimate partner violence and the Spanish courts. Refreshments and dessert will be provided. Please RSVP at eventbrite.com/e/maria-garcia-talk-tickets-58874334720. 

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Denim Day

Wednesday, Apr 24, 11 am
ASU Tempe, Multiple Locations

Denim Day is an international day of survivor support. Founded in the 1990's after a woman was blamed for assault because of her tight jeans, this event has been hosted annually to stand up against victim blaming. Wear denim to show your support. 

Visit the Denim Day website to view the full list of pickup locations and Denim Day information tables in Tempe. 

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Denim Day Sticker Pickup

Tuesday, Apr 23, 11 am
ASU Downtown Phoenix, Polytechnic and West campuses

Stop by one of our tables at the Downtown Phoenix, Polytechnic and West campuses to pick up Denim Day stickers to wear on April 24, an international day of survivor support. 

Visit the Denim Day website to veiw the full list of pickup locations. 

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3rd Annual GlobeMed Gala

Saturday, Apr 20, 6 pm
ASU Tempe, Old Main, Carson Ballroom

Join GlobeMed for the 3rd Annual Gala and Silent Auction. This year's theme is Cultural Competency and the proceeds will support the Sojourner Center in empowering survivors of Domestic Violence. Featured speakers for the event are Katie Hinde, PhD and Michelle Villegas-Gold, PhD.

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SnackChat: Mindfulness and Trauma

Thursday, Apr 18, 5:30 pm
ASU Tempe, Sun Devil Fitness Complex, Inferno Room

Mindfulness practices are useful methods of healing, self-care and creating a trauma-informed communities that benefit everyone at ASU. Join the ASU Sexual and Relationship Violence Prevention Program for a trauma-informed mindfulness workshop. 

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Denim Day: Looking Back to Move Forward, Celebrating Denim Day's 20th Anniversary

Tuesday, Apr 16, 11:30 am
ASU Tempe, Memorial Union, La Paz (Room 242)

Every year ASU participates in a national event called ‚ÄúDenim Day,‚ÄĚ which aims to raise awareness about victim blaming and supporting survivors of sexual violence. Now you can come learn the history behind Denim Day and why conversations about victim blaming and rape myths are more important than ever. The Sexual and Relationship Violence Prevention Program will explore ways to create change within the classroom, in student organizations, and all environments in which sexual violence...

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The Ultimate Plan: Online Dating Tips & Safety

Monday, Apr 15, 12 pm
ASU West, Verde Dining Pavilion, Multipurpose Room

Join Sun Devil MVP West for an open dialogue about online dating and safety. You will leave confident in your ability to communicate needs and desires in a relationship, recognize red flags for violence and enhance personal safety while using dting apps and websites. A light lunch and keychain power banks will be provided to all in attendance. 

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Sexual Health and Wellness Expo

Saturday, Apr 13, 10:15 am
ASU West, Sun Devli Fitness Complex Lawn

USG-West is hosting a Sexpo, or Sexual Health Expo, to provide a space for students to have open, non-judgemental conversations about healthy sexulaity and consent. Several clubs, organizations and departments will provide resources, activities and prizes. 

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No More Secrets

Thursday, Apr 11, 5 pm
ASU Tempe, Secret Garden

No More Secrets is an open mic night for musicians, poets and survivors who want to share their stories. Through storytelling, learning how each person interprets their story can help individuals begin to write their own. 

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The Hunting Ground

Wednesday, Apr 10, 6:30 pm
ASU Tempe, Vista Theater

Join All Walks and Sun Devil MVP for a screening of the film The Hunting Ground. Stay after the film to learn about the current state of sexual violence on college campuses and how all Sun Devils can take action to crete a campus culture free from violence at ASU. 

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Devils in Disguise: BLOOM365 Site

Saturday, Apr 6, 8 am
BLOOM365 Blooming Point location

Sun Devil MVP is partnering with BLOOM365 to offer ASU students the opportunity to serve at the Blooming Point location, helping to prepare materials for BLOOM365's Sexual Assault Awareness Month events. Visit http://links.asu.edu/devilsindisguise365 to sign up for the Sun Devil MVP BLOOM365 project.  

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