Kimmel Center, 60 Washington Square South, Grand Staircase
The Clothesline Project provides survivors of sexual violence and their allies with an outlet for expression, and also serves as a way to educate the community about the issue of sexual violence on campus. Each shirt is the courageous voice of a survivor or ally who is breaking the silence. T-shirts and art supplies will be provided free. Students are welcome to make t-shirts at two sessions on Monday, April 7th in Kimmel:
Selected t-shirts will be added to this year’s display in Kimmel.
Action Zone LIVE Training
Tuesday, April 8th, 6:00-7:00pm
Kimmel Center, 60 Washington Square South, Room 808
Action Zone is a bystander intervention training for risk reduction. This training session will focus on bystander intervention in the context of gender-based violence, specifically around how bystanders can support survivors.
Seeking Safety Toolkits Monday-Friday, April 7th-11th, 2:00-3:00pm
Kimmel Center, 60 Washington Square South
(Monday-Thursday: Kimmel 908; Friday: Kimmel 912)
A daily workshop for students dealing and coping with, and healing from life’s unexpected assaults. The facilitator will provide information and support for students who have experienced trauma as well as information concerning the effect of trauma on relationships and ways to manage this impact. Each day will focus on a different topic.
Monday: Effects of trauma on the brain Tuesday: Stress Management Wednesday: Grounding Skills & Mindfulness Thursday: Cognitive Coping Strategies Friday: Effect of Trauma on Relationships
‘Self-Care’ is a weekly discussion group for current NYU students to get together and discuss issues they are facing with their identities or just life in general. This peer-led dialogue aims to provide a forum and safe space to explore ideas, share experiences, continue conversations that have started in previous dialogue settings, and encourage allyship, advocacy, and activism.