We’re already half-way through April. Hopefully, your workshops and activities centered around Sexual Assault Awareness Month have been successful. If you’re looking for other ways to raise awareness, we’ve put together a few black-and-white posters that you can download here.
They’re simple, but — we think — effective. They encourage students to educate themselves about issues surrounding sexual assault. After all, awareness is not only about giving students information, but motivating them to research the issues for themselves. We want students to become advocates!
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. It’s a good time for schools to reflect on and reinvigorate their campus programming around sexual violence.
If your school is still searching for quality resources and workshops, don’t worry, we’re here to help.
This month, we’ll be posting free, downloadable workshop materials and other resources. They will cover topics from consent to bystander intervention. We encourage you to use them.
Look for the first workshop later this week!
In addition, this month we’ll be reporting on the draft regulations for the Campus SaVE Act and the White House Task Force’s report on campus sexual violence. So keep checking in!