It’s on You, It’s on Me, It’s on US

It’s on You, It’s on Me, It’s on US

Preventing Sexual Assault Initiatives at Barry University


Thursday, February 8th 4:30pm-6pm
Landon Events Room

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"Let’s Talk About Sex!"

Monday, February 12th, 7pm
Weber Grand Hall

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Feminism Today: Inclusive Modern Movement or Outdated Relic?

The second forum in this year’s Deliberative Dialogue Series will explore the women’s rights movement from a contemporary perspective. An all-female panel will discuss generational perspectives on feminism, the Me Too (#MeToo) campaign, critiques of feminism, and current issues of gender-based discrimination and violence.

Tuesday, February 13, 2018, from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m.
Andreas Building, Room 112

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Unmasking Love

Wednesday, Feb 14th 6-8pm
Weber Hall

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College Brides Walk

Barry University once again proudly hosts The College Brides Walk as we continue to create a platform for youth to provide solutions, discuss options, and express themselves in a creative and healthy way about the issues of dating violence. In conjunction with Florida Atlantic University, Florida International University, Florida Memorial University, Johnson & Wales University, Lynn University, Miami Dade College- West Campus and Nova Southeastern University over 1,500 college students, high school students, and community members in wedding gowns and all white attire walk in solidarity to put an end to violence on and off campus.

Friday, February 23, 2018, @ 10am
Broad Auditorium

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No More Week

February 26th – March 2nd

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Film Screening “Untouchable”

A Film by Director and Filmmaker David Feige and winner of the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival’s Albert Maysles.

Featured subject matter expert: Dr. Jill Levenson

The School of Social Works invites you to this provocative documentary about the far-reaching effects of sexual abuse. Please join us for a panel discussion about sex offender management policies and sexual violence prevention following the film

Thursday, March 1st, 2018 from 5 to 8pm
Landon 110


Mission Town Hall - Speech in an Inclusive Community: It’s On Us!

A wine and cheese socializer begins the session followed by a brief introduction of the topic from campus experts. Dialogue is done in small groups where participants share important themes and wrap up with a communal call to action.

March 14th from 4:30 to 6pm
LaVoie 113

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Lunch and Learn Sexual Harassment (Politics – Policies – History)

The recent multiple sexual-harassment allegations against entertainers and government officials have sent tremors around the world.  Despite increased expressions of outrage toward the machismo atmosphere, it remains difficult to stop this predatory behavior.

Campus Ministry in collaboration with the Department of Theology and Philosophy invite you to an insightful exploration of politics, policies and history behind the practices of sexual harassment.

Thursday March 22, 2018 | Noon
Weber Grand Hall

Light lunch will be served


“Spreading the love” Care Packages to Human Trafficking Victims at the Ark of Freedom Alliance.

March 20th & 22nd 12:30-1:15pm
Powers Hall 132


Health Fair

Monday, April 2nd 12pm – 2pm
Landon Atrium

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Self-Defense Demo Class sponsored Campus Recreation & Wellness

April 2-6

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Tea and Consent

Tuesday, April 3rd 12pm-2pm
Landon Atrium

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Bringing in the ByStander

Monday, April 9th 7pm
Dominican Hall

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Take Back the Night

With survivor-scholar Alissa Ackerman founding member of the Sex Offense Policy and Research Working Group.

Tuesday, April 10, 2018 7pm

Service of Wholeness

Wednesday, Aprill 11th at 4:00 pm
Cor Jesu Chapel

Campus Ministry invites you to join us for this special service of solidarity and healing for survivors of sexual assault, which will round out the commemoration of Sexual Assault Awareness Week. All are welcome!