Sexual Assault Awareness Month
Indiana University Sexual Assault Crisis Service
1 Particiate in #30DaysofSaam on Instagram starting today!
6 Project Unbreakable 7 pm Whittenberger
Consent is sexy…and it’s also the law.
Be careful of what you say when hanging with friends – rape is a serious crime, not a joke.
Culture of Care Sexual Wellbeing Day & 8 pm Sex Ed. with Justin Garcia & Leslie Fasone Public Health C100
You are NOT alone…and there is hope for you.
Respect when someone says no, the first time they say it.
Be a model for younger kids by teaching them to respect themselves and others.
Share a PSA on your Facebook: nomore.org/psas
You are more than what has happened to you.
Reaching out for help is hard. If a friend tells you they have been sexually assaulted, believe them and keep the conversation open.
9 RAISE & Hillel: Brave Miss World film screening 8 pm Woodburn 100
17 Download a flier and post it on your door: mencanstoprape.org
23 Download the app Circle of 6 with a group of friends. It’s a free way to help keep each other safe.
If you aren’t ready for faceto-face counseling, visit RAINN.org and try the online hotline.
Native Americans are over 2x more likely to experience sexual violence than average. Learn more: ovw.usdoj.gov/tribal.
Visit pandys.org and read “If You Are Healing From Sexual Violence…” http://www.pandys.org/ articles/readthisevery morning.html
Little 500 Week: Look for RAISE distributing condoms with consent messages on campus!
10 Most rapes are committed by someone the perpetrator knew, not by a “stranger in the bushes.”
Become a RAINNMaker to spread awareness at rainnmakers.rainn.org
Get self-care ideas every week on our blog iusacs.wordpress.com.
3 You deserve to be listened to and respected.
Help is available. The number for SACS is at the bottom of this page – come in for free counseling.
3/31 – 4/11: Consent Photography Project displayed in IMU Starbucks.
24 "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed it´'s the only thing that ever does". -Margaret Mead
Go to http://nsvrc.org/ sites/default/files/30daysof saamcontest.pdf to take part in an Instagram challenge for the month of April.
4 Deadline for Middle Way Clothesline Project
11 Both men and women can be survivors of rape.
18 Love is not abuse.
25 Women’s Little 500 – be a good friend and make sure everyone gets home safe!
Call (812) 855-5711 to make an appointment with SACS for free confidential counseling. Our 24hour crisis line is (812) 855-8900.
5 No one asks to be raped. Not ever.
12 Volunteer Training at Middle Way House 9 am – 5 pm Woodburn 100. Fill out an app at middlewayhouse.org
19 Rape in the Fields & César Chávez dual screening – location TBA
26 Men’s Little 500 – Have fun & get consent before you ride!
Want to get involved? Contact Laura Castleman at LLCastle@indiana.edu to find out how you can be a part of the change.