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April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM)

April marks the 21st year of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The goals of SAAM are to shine a light on the issue by providing education, supporting those who experience sexual violence, and focusing on prevention. Express your support for those who have experienced sexual violence—wear teal thoughout the month  or look for virtual and in-person events that focus on SAAM’s goals.

Denim Day is April 27

On April 27th, wear denim to show solidarity and support for those who have experienced sexual violence. Denim Day was created as a response to a person who experienced sexual violence in Italy, who was blamed for her assault because she was forced to take her jeans off herself. The court deemed this to be consent. Protests soon followed, with supporters wearing denim. In the years following this ruling, Denim Day was formed—an international movement to recognize and support those who experience sexual violence by wearing denim. You can wear denim and post your photos to your social media accounts with the hashtags #DenimDay and #SAAM. Don't forget to follow our Health Promotion team on Instagram @hello_hpo for more connections and info.

Get Involved at NYU

Gen Z and Hook-up Culture with Dr. Aditi Paul hosted by the NYU Students for Sexual Respect

April 13, 2pm-3pm | Kimmel, room 912

Voicing Boundaries hosted by the NYU Students for Sexual Respect and One Love student group

April 21, 6:30pm-8:30pm | Kimmel, room TBD

Consent Zone

Join us for this important workshop about consent! Participants will gain a greater understanding of what affirmative consent means within the NYU community and develop strategies and tools to better navigate complex interpersonal situations with increased sexual respect.

April 12, 10:00am-11:30am | Register on Zoom

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Action Zone

Learn how you can make a difference—from small everyday acts of kindness to combating a culture that normalizes sexual violence. Through risk reduction strategies, Action Zone teaches you how to actively intervene in ways that feel safe and true to you and the situation. Request training for your NYU group, class or community.

Get Involved in NYC

"Swipe Left on Dating (App) Violence" hosted by the New York City Alliance Against Sexual Assault
April 18, 5:30pm-7:30pm | Held virtually

37th Annual Crime Victims Vigil
April 24, 2pm- 4pm | West End Collegiate Church; 245 W. 77th St
Trauma-informed self-defense class
 April 8, 5:30pm | Kingsbridge Heights Community Center; 3101 Kingsbridge Terrace #5900, Bronx, NY 10463
Yoga for Healing
April 14, 10am and 6pm | Kingsbridge Heights Community Center; 3101 Kingsbridge Terrace #5900, Bronx, NY 10463

In the News

Online Sexual Harassent: Gender Differences and the Emotional Impact of Online Victimization

» Read the article by Joan Tabacnick and David Prescott

After Sexual Harassment Law Suit, Critics Attack Harvard's Release of Therapy Records

» Read the article by Anemona Hartocollis

Kanye West's Behavior is Triggering For Anyone Who's Been Harassed by an Ex

» Read the article by Brittany Wong

Esther Perel-A More Nuanced Look at Infidelity in "The State Of Affairs"

» Watch the clip by The Daily Show

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