WBKO -- A month of 7 11 woman 4th and Bowling Green Kentucky focused on sexual assault prevention through awareness and education will kick off on Tuesday March Ten events will take place at Western Kentucky University with additional community events all coordinated by a campus and community planning committee spearheaded by the WKU Counseling Center and Hope Harbor, a sexual trauma center in Bowling Green.
Events can give a sense of community, togetherness, support and advocacy. A Healing Journey exhibit in their gallery beginning April 1 and run through April The Ink Exposed exhibit will feature photographs of tattoos from Woman at Rillito post office saturday 2 23 of sexual assault along with their stories.
The survivors will include local women along with a few stories from women in other parts of the Kentucky.
This is What an Advocate Looks Like provides a way for students to learn about bystander prevention at 5 p. April 4 in Downing Student Union, room Londa Stockton, Community Educator from Hope Harbor, will go through some of the Green Dot bystander training in order to better prepare students for possible situations.
The first 50 students to enter will receive a free T-shirt.
The Interfraternity Council organizes this event each year. Fraternity members raise money and walk up and around campus in red high heels.
The event is part of a national initiative, according to walkamileinhershoes. First Things First will provide students, faculty, staff and community members an opportunity to showcase their talents to increase sexual assault awareness.
The production is directed by WKU student Kelsey Redding of White House, Tennessee, a Hope Harbor Crisis Intervention Intern, and consists of original poetry performances discussing themes of empowerment, race, gender, body image, sexual violence, healing and recovery. The event begins at First Christian Church with guest speakers and music, then participants walk one mile to raise awareness.
Individuals and groups can register online by April 9 at www. This event is open to all ages. The month will end with Namaste, yoga led by Dr.
Campus and community members are welcome to attend at 5: Anyone who is unable to participate in 7 11 woman 4th and Bowling Green Kentucky can still show support by watching the Instagram Live on April 8, wearing teal on Mondays or Kentcuky on April Each Monday, the committee encourages Kntucky wear teal and use WeWearTeal on social media to raise awareness.
The campus and community collaboration for a full month of Frost Texas women for sex assault awareness and prevention month activities begin in Full details on the events and a copy of the flyer can be found online at www.
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