This statewide project presents shirts – displayed on a clothesline strung through the Pecan Court on campus – that personalize gender-based violence. The display is made by survivors of violence against women, including sexual assault and domestic violence. SEXplorations, a student organization, will sponsor a t-shirt making program on Friday evening. Students, staff, and faculty will be able to add their own shirts to the clothesline to either tell their own stories or those of women close to them.
The 'clothesline project' is an event designed to bring awareness to the community about assault and for community members to receive information about our services. The clothesline project is held nationwide as "a vehicle for women affected by violence to express their emotions by decorating a shirt. They then hang the shirt on a clothesline to be viewed by others as testimony to the problem of violence against women."
Women’s Crisis Support ~ Defensa de Mujeres would like to invite you to participate in Walk a Mile in Her Shoes® Saturday, April 9th at Lighthouse Point on West Cliff Drive in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Walk a Mile in Her Shoes ®: The International Men’s March to Stop Rape, Sexual Assault & Gender Violence is a nationwide event that invites families to participate in a one mile walk, literally in her shoes by wearing women’s high heels, to raise awareness around issues of rape, sexual assault, and gender violence. There is an old saying: "You can't really understand another person's experience until you've walked a mile in their shoes." Walk a Mile in Her Shoes® asks community members to literally walk one mile in women's high-heeled shoes. It's not easy walking in these shoes, but it's fun and it gets the community to talk about something that's really difficult to talk about: gender relations and sexual violence.
Survivors and supporters come together for a peaceful remembrance stroll. Walkers will carry candles through downtown Portsmouth to inform the community about SASS and our mission to end sexual violence.
Tohdenasshai Shelter Home is hosting our 1st Annual Sexual Assault Awareness Walk on Wednesday April 20, 2011 from 5:00pm-8:00pm. The walk will begin and end back at the local chapter house, with special guest speakers; Ernest Tsosie, Jr. & John Tsosie of "Walking the Healing Path" & Ernie Tsosie III of 'James & Ernie Comedy Duo", along with other guests.
Community Impact Panel ~ "Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much" ~Helen Keller Are you a survivor or secondary survivor to violence? How does crime impact you, your family, and your community? Most of us are affected in one way or another by crime. It affects all of us, it IS your business! Do you want to get involved but are not sure how? How can we take steps in the present to reshape our future?
Speakers and topics to include:
Child Abuse and Neglect
Additional information will also be provided on these topics and more. Free fingerprinting for youths will be available. This event is open to the community, everyone is welcome to attend! Dance! Music by DJ, SURROUND SOUND! Raffles! 10 tickets for $5 or 2 tickets for $1! Win a free package for two to the Eldorado in Reno for dinner and a show! Other great prizes from many places, including: Goodnight Irene, The Martin, New Reno Spa, Las Margaritas, Angies Boutique ~ and MORE! All ages welcome, bring the family! No cost to attend, but a donation of any of these items: An item of non-perishable food Children's' clothing (new or used) Baby Wipes Old cell phone Donations will be used to help various area non-profits to serve their clients' needs.
Walk a Mile in Her Shoes, The Men’s March to Stop Rape, Sexual Assault, & Gender Violence is a movement to increase awareness that men can and will stop rape, sexual assault and gender violence. Men will literally walk in women’s high heeled shoes. This event encourages men to make the world a safer place by preventing rape, sexual assault, and gender violence and gives men the opportunity to publicly demonstrate their courage and commitment to preventing gender violence.
The 6th Annual Take it All Back event will include a community walk (1.5 miles) and speak out. PCAR collaborated with WOAR for this event. Judge Sue Carbon will be attending.
More information is avaliable online.
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