Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center

Live Healthy Relationships Workshop

SAPAC’s Consent, Outreach, and Relationship Education Program (CORE) invites you to participate in a live healthy relationships workshop!

Come practice healthy communication strategies for all relationship types and revisit favorite memories. This event is intended for University of Michigan students.

When: Wednesday, March 10th 5:00-6:00PM

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Live Healthy Relationships Workshop

Call for Submissions: rEV: Transformation!

SAPAC's Survivor Empowerment & Ally Support (SEAS) Program is now accepting submissions for its 16th annual art show, rEVOLUTION: Transformation!

We are calling on all UM-affiliated artists (student, faculty, & staff) to email us digital submissions to be displayed on our multi-media online resource in the coming weeks. Art of any medium is welcome, including, but not limited to: painting, dancing, drawing, photography, sculpture, spoken word, and poetry. The deadline to submit is March 17th.

revolution: transformation call for submissions

IPVAM 2020 #NoMore

Intimate partner violence (IPV), sometimes referred to as dating or domestic violence, is defined as physical, sexual, and/or emotional violence and psychological harm perpetrated by a current or former partner. October is Intimate Partner Violence Awareness Month; raising awareness this year is more important than ever, as rates of IPV have increased dramatically in the wake of Covid-19 restrictions.

To help raise awareness and share resources, we’re asking everyone who feels comfortable to participate with us in No More’s awareness campaign. On your social media, you can share either our pre-filled sign (No More Intimate Partner Violence), or fill in a blank copy with your own word(s).

No More Intimate Partner Violence #IPVAM

Virtual Reading with Lexie Bean

Join SAPAC SEAS for a virtual reading from author Lexie Bean, member of the RAINN National Leadership Council, editor of Lambda Literary nominated Written on the Body, and author of The Ship We Built, which centers on themes of “loneliness, faith, gender, addiction, incarceration, and imagination.”

This reading discusses sexual abuse from the lens of a young transgender boy and is based off of Lexie’s own experiences. This event will include a reading from The Ship We Built followed by a Q&A segment.

When: Tuesday, October 27th 7-8pm

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Cover of The Ship We Built, which features night sky and hot air balloon.