A series that creates space for meaningful dialogue around power-based personal violence.
Tuesday, March 11, 5pm: Portrayal of Women in the Media by Alissa Levin
Thursday, March 27, 5pm: Disney and Body Image by Maggie Creech and Hailee Reed
Tuesday, April 1, 5pm: Importance of Self-Care by Sam Hall and Holly Rice
Monday, April 7, 4pm: Rethinking Diversity by Kelsey Harper, JB and Christina Lucas
Wednesday, April 9, 4pm: Men as Victims, Not Perpetrators by Tashswanna Grinter and Brittany Abstain
Monday, April 14, 4pm: Volunteering Starts at Home by Ashleigh McCarron
Monday, April 21, 4pm: What is Consent? by Hailee Reed
Thursday, April 24, 4pm: Trending Cases in Sports by Edmund Allen
Kids - 7pm Friday, February 21 @ WorshamTheater, Student Center
An amoral, HIV-positive skateboarder sets out to deflower as many virgins as possible while a local girl who contracted his disease tries to save his next target from her same fate.
The Color Purple - 7pm Thursday, March 27 @ WorshamTheater, Student Center
Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel of the same name by Alice Walker. The film tells the story of a young African American girl named Celie Harris and shows the problems African American women faced during the early 1900s, including poverty, racism, and sexism.
The VIP Center and Late Night Film Series are partnering to bring you “Connection Cinema” focused on social justice, violence prevention, and activism. Both screenings are TallyCat events.
3:30-4:45pm Tuesdays February 18 - April 15 @ Student Center
The VIP Center and Counseling Center are working together to bring you a series of activities and discussions related to healthy dating. Contact the VIP Center for additional information about the sessions to explore what a healthy relationship means to you.
Wednesday Afternoon Series: April 9, 16, and 23 from 5-7pm @ MLK Center
Passionate about Social Justice? Want to see fewer people hurt?Hope to change the world?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, register for VIP's 3-part C3 workshop to do all those things and more! Register and check out additional information at: here.
5-7pm Monday, March 10 @ VIP Center
Want to get involved or complete community service hours? Join us as we prepare for Take Back the Night! We will have food at this event, so please RSVP to email@example.com
2:30-4:30pm Wednesday, February 26 @ VIP Center
In this session, participants will be introduced to the Body is Not an Apology Movement through the art of spoken word poetry. Spoken word can be a powerful tool of releasing emotion, communicating life experiences and views, or reflection. Participants are encouraged to join in the conversation, share their own tips or poems, or just listen to the power of their peers.
Wednesday, March 26
7pm March @ Patterson Office Tower plaza
7:30pm Rally @ Courthouse Plaza
A not-to-be-missed march and rally centered around the collective power of our community to end violence. This campus-community event features special speakers, live music, a candlelight vigil, a speak-out, tabling, free stuff and much more!
12-1pm Friday, April 18
Much more than an event, Jeans for Justice encourages all campus community members to wear jeans on Friday, April 18 in a visible protest of all forms of power-based personal violence. Together, we are visually stating that no one deserves to be harmed, no matter who they are, what they are doing, where they are, or what they are wearing. Participate in this international campaign to demonstrate support for survivors and intolerance for violence.
The Jeans for Justice rally will include music, speakers, food, and prizes. Bring a friend!
Stop by anytime between now and March 27th to help us prepare for our upcoming Take Back the Night event! We need help painting banners and posters, stamping and simply hanging up flyers for the event!