Title IX Programming
Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month (April) Programming
The Clothesline Project started in 1990 in Cape Cod, Massachusetts to raise awareness about sexual violence. Survivors, and supporters, have an opportunity to decorate a shirt with their story or a unique message about the impact of sexual violence on them, a friend/family member, or society in general.
Dates for t-shirt creation 2018: Monday, April 2 – Friday, April 6
Location: Student Center, Environmental Room (SC E132)
Wear Denim on the last Wednesday of April to stand up against sexual violence and to demonstrate that clothing someone wears is never an excuse for sexual assault.
Date for 2018: Wednesday, April 25
|Walk a Mile in Their Shoes
Walk a Mile in Her Shoes is an international march to stop gender based violence, rape, and sexual assault. The iconic Walk a Mile shoe is a red high heel. However, we wanted to broaden the conversation to include all people who have been impacted by sexual violence. All shoes are welcome.
Dates for 2018: TBA
Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention Month (October) Programming
The workshop includes a 40 minute movie that shows how abusive relationships can escalate and what common red flags are. Following the movie, there is a debrief. Dialogue is welcome and encouraged from participants.
Workshops can be requested: https://www.mines.edu/title-ix/request-title-ix-training-programming/
Breaking Silence is an interactive exhibit. Hear survivors’ first-hand accounts, as they guide you through the recreated environments of their abuse, struggles they have faced, and their continued journey toward healing. Breaking Silence is a local nonprofit that works to promote empathy, healing, and open dialogue by allowing participants to experience stories of survival through the voices of survivors. We welcome Breaking Silence to the Mines campus in the early fall.
|Someone I Love Workshop
The “Someone I Love” workshop is facilitated by the Blue Bench. This three-hour workshop focuses on understanding trauma, helping a loved one, and providing self-care to the secondary survivor of sexual assault. The workshop is designed for partners, friends, and family members of survivors.
Please reach out to Katie Schmalzel (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested in attending a workshop.
|Boxes of Hope
Opportunity to make care packages for survivors of sexual assault. All care packages are donated to St. Anthony’s Hospitals. They will be handed out to victims/survivors of assault by the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners, who provide compassionate care.
Please reach out to Katie Schmalzel (email@example.com) if you want to know the next scheduled program.
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