It ends now.™ project 2016
The It ends now.™ project is an initiative to take a visible stand against relationship and sexual violence. Designed as a one-day event, the It ends now.™ project brings students, faculty, staff, and senior administrators together to show solidarity against violence in relationships. The event also highlights other campus initiatives supporting an end to relationship violence, including Bystander Education, Clothesline Project, the White Ribbon Campaign, and Take Back the Night. It ends now.™ is a proud supporter and partner with Safe Harbor, an off campus resource for those experiencing or those who have experienced domestic and/or sexual violence.
This year, It ends now.™ will take place on Friday, September 9th. Join fellow Spiders as we make a stand to help end relationship and sexual violence at the University of Richmond.
Shirt pick up will be held from 12–4 p.m. on Tuesday, September 6, and Wednesday, September 7, at the CSI Lounge, 2nd floor of the Tyler Haynes Commons.
On Thursday, September 8, at 6:30 p.m. join members of the campus community as we hear from faculty, staff, and students for an open dialogue and discussion about relationship and sexual violence at the It Ends Now: A Culture of Shared Responsibility program.
Members of the University of Richmond community sign up to receive a free It ends now™ t-shirt. Any person that picks up a shirt must agree to wear the shirt on campus on Friday, September 9th. The shirt has the It ends now.™ logo on the front, and a statement on the back that reads: I pledge never to commit, condone, or remain silent about relationship or sexual violence. There is a space on the t-shirt that allows the wearer to sign the pledge, making a visual commitment of support.
Join fellow Spiders as we make a stand to help end relationship and sexual violence at the University of Richmond.
The last day to sign up for a free t-shirt is September 1st and will be limited to the first 500 entries.