Join SAPAC's BICE (Bystander Intervention & Community Engagement) Program in learning more this Sexual Assault Awareness Month!
April 13, 2021, 7:30pm: A talk with Nicole Bedera on Bystander Intervention.
Nicole is interested in gender and sexuality with an emphasis on college sexual violence. Her dissertation, "Settling for Less: How Organizations Shape the Experience of Sexual Assault," is an organizational ethnography of one university's management of sexual violence, including observation and interviews of survivors, perpetrators, and university administrators. She has also studied queer women's experiences of sexual assault, undergraduate men's attitudes toward campus sexual violence prevention, and gendering of university sexual violence prevention materials.
April 14, 2021, 8pm: Anita: Speaking Truth to Power, A Screening and Discussion
This film follows lawyer Anita Hill who testifies against Clarence Thomas's Supreme Court nomination, exposing the problem of sexual harassment around the world. It also follows Hill after the testimony as she continues to raise awareness of sexual harassment in the workplace.
Register for one or both events here: tinyurl.com/BICESAAM