Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center

Get Involved: How to Give Your Feedback on Department of Ed Title IX Regs

Join SAPAC and the Ginsberg Center for a drop-in event that will include short informational presentations by Kamaria Porter, PhD Candidate in the Center for the Study of Higher and Postsecondary Education, and Erin Byrnes, Lead of Democratic Engagement at the Ginsberg Center, on how to provide feedback on the Department of Education’s proposed regulations on Title IX.

Light snacks will be provided

When:Friday, January 11th 2:00-5:00PM (Drop in! Short presentations starting at 2:15pm!)
Where: SAPAC Office, 330 E. Liberty Street Suite 3D

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Love Actually Screening and Dialogue

Make sure your LOVE is ACTUALLY expressed this holiday!

Join SAPAC's Consent, Outreach & Relationship Education (CORE) Program as we present the film Love Actually, followed by a dialogue where we’ll discuss consent, healthy relationships, and respect.

Feel empowered this holiday season and go into the New Year feeling knowledgeable about how to convey love to those you care about!

Free popcorn will be provided!

When: December 10th at 6:30pm
Where: CCRB Room 3735

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Artistic Considerations

Are you planning on a career in the arts? Join SAPAC and professionals in the field for "Artistic Considerations," a panel and workshop to discuss how to navigate experiences of trauma in the art world.

When: December 6th 2018 6:30-8:00 PM
Where: UMMA Auditorium

*Free food will be provided

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Believed Podcast

Believed is a podcast produced by Michigan Radio and NPR. It includes survivors' stories, interviews with police and parents, and information from police investigations to explain how Larry Nassar, the USA Gymnastics and MSU doctor who sexually abused his patients, got away with his abuse for as long as he did and how in the end he was exposed and sentenced to over 100 years in prison. There are brief content warnings at the beginning of each episode as many of them contain potentially triggering content.

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33rd Annual Survivor Share and Speak Out Recap

The 33rd Annual Survivor Share and Speak out was November 4th. Here SAPAC's Survivor Empowerment and Ally Support (SEAS) program helped to create a supportive space where survivors where able to share their stories in an open mic format. SEAS also invited attendees to participate in a collaborative art project where they could write messages of support on leaves and place them on a tree that was displayed throughout the event. Some of the messages left include, "I believe you. I support you. You empower me." and "You're not alone."

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