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Sexual Assault Awareness Month Day of Action

April 2, 2019 11:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m.  LBC 1st floor

Wear Teal and join the Student Coalition for Sexual Violence Prevention and Response for Tulane Tuesday at the LBC to kick-off Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

Healthy Relationships Week

April 8-12, 2019

Healthy Relationships Week is an annual event sponsored by Sexual Aggression Peer Hotline and Education (SAPHE) and will be held from April 8-12. This week is all about advocating for and celebrating happy and healthy relationships in our own lives and the lives of those around us. We have events every day including an acapella concert of healthy love songs, a panel to discuss the legal side of sexual violence and dating violence, and open workshops to spark a dialogue around supporting survivors and combating rape culture. We will also have Project Clothesline hanging in the LBC and tons of giveaways at our tables on Mcalister. Follow SAPHE: Sexual Aggression Peer Hotline and Education on Facebook for more information about the upcoming events!

Fridays at Newcomb: Caroline Heldman: From the Campus Anti-Rape Movement to #MeToo: Networked Activism for Change

April 12, 2019 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. Anna Many lounge in Caroline Richardson building

Dr. Heldman is an Associate Professor of Politics at Occidental College in Los Angeles, the Research Director for the Geena Davis Institute for Gender in Media, and the Executive Director of The Representation Project. Her research specializes in media, the presidency, and systems of power (race, class, gender). Dr. Heldman co-edited Rethinking Madame President: Are We Ready for a Woman in the White House? (Lynne Rienner, 2007) and authored Protest Politics in the Marketplace: Consumer Activism in the Corporate Age (Cornell University Press, 2017), Women, Power, and Politics: The Fight for Gender Equality in the United States (Oxford University Press, 2017), The New Campus Anti-Rape Movement (Lexington, 2018), and Gender and Resistence in the 2016 Presidential Election (Praeger, 2018). Dr. Heldman has been active in “real world” politics as a professional pollster, campaign manager, and commentator for CNN, MSNBC, FOX News, and CNBC. She has also been featured in popular documentaries, including Missrepresentation, The Mask You Live In, The Hunting Ground, Informant, Equal Means Equal, and Liberated. Dr. Heldman was one of many women who went public with allegations of gender discrimination against Bill O’Reilly that led to his firing from Fox News. She splits her time between Los Angeles and New Orleans where she co-founded the New Orleans Women’s Shelter and the Lower Ninth Ward Living Museum. Dr. Heldman also co-founded End Rape on Campus (EROC), Faculty Against Rape (FAR), and End Rape Statute of Limitations (ERSOL).

Sponsored by the Newcomb College Institute.

Hers, Theirs, Ours

April 12-14, 2019 Kendall Cram, LBC

Hers, Theirs, Ours is a Tulane University original production & community (formerly The Vagina Monologues) combatting gender-based violence as women & non-binary folks. View showtimes and purchase tickets at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hers-theirs-ours-2019-tickets-59553800019

Workshop Showing of Roleplay Theater Project

April 15, 2019 7:00 p.m. the Lab Theatre, 104 McWilliams Hall

In conjunction with Sexual Violence Awareness Month, the team behind Roleplay, an original play exploring Tulane students' perspective on love, sex, power, and consent, is proud to announce a workshop showing of the new play, which will have its official premiere in September 2019. An 11-member ensemble of Tulane student performers have been working with professors Jenny Mercein and Darci Fulcher, local theater company Goat in the Road Productions, and filmmaker Katie Mathews to create an original production.  The workshop showing will take place on Monday, April 15th from 7pm-9pm in the Lab Theatre, McWilliams Hall room 104 . The showing is a work-in-progress glimpse of the work open to students, faculty, and staff, followed by a short feedback session. Attendance by RSVP to Jenny Mercein, Head of Undergraduate Performance, at jmercein@tulane.edu. Roleplay is generously supported by an All In Special Initiative Grant, the Newcomb College Institute, a Carol Lavin Bernick Faculty grant, and Tulane Department of Dance. Early development was sponsored by the Hangar Theater AIRS Residency.

Sexual Assault Awareness Month Panel

April 16, 2019 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm School of Medicine (1430 Tulane Ave.) 1st floor auditorium

Join GAPSA and the Student Coalition for Sexual Violence Prevention and Response for a panel on sexual violence response and prevention at Tulane. The panel will feature representatives from victim services, Title IX, health promotion, and more. Food will be provided, and you can pick up a Sexual Assault Awareness Month water bottle.

Masculinities, Health and Social Justice: Featuring The Men's Story Project

April 17, 2019 | LBC Kendall Cram Ballroom | Time: 10 am - 5 pm

Open to faculty, staff and students as well as colleagues from other institutions | Lunch provided

Join Jocelyn Lehrer, Sc.D., Founder of the Men’s Story Project, for a keynote presentation followed by an interactive workshop on masculinities, health and social justice.

Keynote presentation (10:00 - 11:30 am) Dr. Jocelyn Lehrer's career as a researcher and public health practitioner is dedicated to the prevention of gender-based violence (GBV) and HIV/AIDS and the promotion of healthy masculinities and gender equality. In her morning keynote presentation, Dr. Lehrer will discuss key milestones in her including how she created The Men's Story Project, an initiative that utilizes live story-sharing events, documentaries and social media as mediums through which men and boys publicly explore social ideas about manhood - through the lens of their own life experience. Dr. Lehrer will also speak to how men can take action for violence prevention and gender justice, and how notions of masculinity relate to diverse health and justice issues for people of all genders. 

Interactive workshop on masculinities, health and social justice (1:15 - 4:45 pm) This workshop uses MSP film clips to spark group discussion on masculinities in relation to issues including men’s violence against women, violence between men, homo/transphobia, substance abuse, and intersections with other aspects of identity. 

Please complete the following registration if you would like to attend: http://tulane.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5iFgdA8E4Ynume9

Sexual Assault Awareness Month: Tulane Baseball vs. Southeastern Louisiana

April 23, 2019 6:30 p.m. Greer Field at Turchin Stadium

Join the Student Coalition for Sexual Violence Prevention and Response, Tulane’s Panhellenic Council, and Tulane Athletics to raise awareness for sexual assault and cheer on the Green Wave baseball team. All students receive complimentary admission with a valid Tulane Splash Card, while seats are available.

Student Coalition for Sexual Violence Prevention and Response Drop-In Info and Feedback Session

April 26, 2019 2-4 p.m. LBC Pederson Lobby

Join the Student Coalition for Sexual Violence Prevention and Response for a look back at the past year and a look at what’s ahead. We want to hear from our fellow Tulane students. Stop in for a snack and provide feedback on the past year’s programming and efforts. You can also share suggestions for the upcoming year and learn more about how you can get more involved in violence prevention and response effort at Tulane.

Shifting the Paradigm

Fall 2019 details TBD

The Annual Shifting the Paradigm is an educational and mobilizing event aimed to provide foundational knowledge for future conversations through the year about sexual violence prevention. Build community through action and show your support by attending this event.

Take Back the Night

Fall 2019 details TBD

Take Back the Night is an annual event to support survivors of sexual and gender violence, including sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, and stalking, and to take a stand against such violence in our community.  

Annual USG Town Hall on Sexual Violence

Fall 2019 details TBD

Each year USG sponsors an interactive event for students to learn more about sexual violence prevention goals and initiatives as well as the various resources at Tulane.