Take Back the Night 200 Strong
Women and allies came out in full force at this year's Take Back the Night event on April 21, 2016. About 200 students gathered in Stafford Commons to show their support for survivors of sexual violence and to let their voices be heard.
Take Back the Night a Major Event of Sexual Assault Awareness Month
Sexual Assault Awareness Month continues with the Take Back the Night Rally and March, scheduled for April 21, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. on Talley Student Union's Stafford Lawn.
Sofie Karasek to Speak on April 14, 2016
Sexual Assault Awareness Month continues with a speaker event this Thursday evening. Sofie Karasek is an anti-sexual violence activistand a co-founder of End Rape on Campus.
What is the Clothesline Project?
The Women's Center is bringing the Clothesline Project to campus to provide a space for survivors of interpersonal violence to share their experiences through artwork. Survivors are asked to stop by the Women’s Center to create a t-shirt to add to our clothesline being displayed throughout Talley Student Union.
Getting Real: April's Sexual Assault Awareness Month Events Still Needed
April has come around again and Sexual Assault Awareness Month, or SAAM, is still needed. Why? To raise awareness of a critical set of issues many still struggle against. SAAM is commemorated across the nation by community agencies, police departments, local businesses and campus communities. The Women’s Center has planned a full calendar of Sexual Assault Awareness Month programs.
Author Jaclyn Friedman to Speak at NC State
Author Jaclyn Friedman will speak at NC State on Tuesday, April 7, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. in SAS Hall 2203 as part of the Women's Center's Sexual Assault Awareness Month programs.
Take Back the Night March and Rally to Be Held on April 9, 2015
Attend NC State’s 28th Annual Take Back the Night event on April 9, 7:00 p.m., Stafford Lawn as part of the national movement to free our campuses from sexual violence. Take Back the Night includes a rally, march, and speak-out where survivors are empowered to share their stories of healing after violence.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month
Sadly, National Sexual Assault Awareness Month is more necessary and relevant than ever. With sexual assault cases in the news, it remains a critical issue for college campuses to address and eliminate.