A study by the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence found that 32% of college students report having experienced dating violence by a previous partner. Domestic violence can include any form of psychological, emotional, verbal, physical, and sexual abuse. It occurs in both heterosexual and same sex relationships. Join us this month to become involved in eliminating violence and abuse in our relationships, our homes and in our community.
ICE CREAM SUNDAES & HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS: A conversation about Domestic Violence Awareness.
In recognition of Domestic Violence Abuse Awareness month, the Center for Human Rights and Social Justice and the Department of Housing and Residence Life invite you to a conversation about Domestic Violence.
Lead by Dr. Sheila McMahon, Assistant Professor at the School of Social Work, this interactive workshop will provide students information on dating and consent, sexual assault awareness, interpersonal assertiveness, and building positive relationships.
For more information on this initiative, please contact Carolina Rios,- Center for Human Rights and Social Justice Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org