We Are Here to Help If You Need Us
We'd like to remind our readers how any member of the campus community can get help for different types of incidents.
Reporting Domestic and Dating Violence at NC State
NC State strives to ensure that students, faculty, staff and visitors are safe and free from any form of dating violence, domestic violence or interpersonal violence.
NC State Pioneer Rhonda Sutton: Serving, Advocating, Leading
Rhonda Sutton was an early leader of the Women’s Center who contributed to the center’s current strengths in advocacy, programming and support for survivors.
COVID-19’s Unique Impacts on Survivors of Interpersonal Violence
Five weeks into social distancing, we have all felt a multitude of emotions as we make our way through the experience of the collective trauma of COVID-19.
Interview with Evelyn Reiman, Molly Hays Glander Fund Co-Founder
This year marks the twentieth anniversary of the Molly Hays Glander Fund, a fund set up at NC State to assist survivors of sexual assault.
#MeToo or #MeWho? Visibility and Representation in the #MeToo Movement
While the #MeToo hashtag exploded on the scene in October 2017 in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, it was not until several days and weeks later that the true origin story of #MeToo reached the same audience.
Women’s Herstory Month to be Inclusive and Intersectional
NC State celebrates Women’s Herstory Month throughout the month of March with the theme of “Unapologetically Women: Forging and Healing Our Collective Memories.” The theme emphasizes the right of women to be themselves without apology and acknowledges the many different paths and perspectives that comprise women's perspectives and lived experiences.
Franchesca Ramsey Speaks on Being an Advocate, Activist and Ally
Social media gives users a tremendous reach they should not take for granted, Franchesca Ramsey told NC State students, faculty, staff and guests on Monday, October 23, 2017 in Witherspoon Cinema. Ramsey, an actress, comedian and video blogger, spoke on “Your Powerful Online Voice: Social Media for Social Change” at the annual Fall Diversity Dialogue during Diversity Education Week.
Tunnel of Oppression Tackles Tough Issues
NC State aims to provide impactful experiences. Feedback from prior years has indicated that the annual Tunnel of Oppression rates as one of the most impactful experiences offered on campus. And it lasts just thirty minutes.
Tunnel of Oppression: Spend one hour with #TOO16. Gain a lifetime of insight.
It’s time for this year’s Tunnel of Oppression. Do you need to practice recognizing what different forms of oppression look like? Do you have a social justice issue that’s close to your heart?