Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Domestic Violence Awareness Month: October 2022

Clothesline Project

Monday, Oct. 3
Shepherd Union Atrium
All Month

The Clothesline Project is a visual display dedicated to raising awareness about the reality of violence in our society. The display is composed of t-shirts created by survivors of violence or in honor of someone who has experienced violence. Stop by the Shepherd Union during the month of October to see this powerful display! Find more information on the Clothesline Project at http://www.clotheslineproject.info.

Safe@Weber: Boo'd Up

Wednesday, Oct. 12 & Oct. 26
Shepherd Union 320
3 - 4:30 p.m.

Join us as we explore personal feelings and expectations about when and how we begin romantic, sexual or intimate relationships. We will consider factors that help us make these decisions and we will also discuss how our personal feelings align with group norms. This is a free event that is open to all.

Safe@Weber: Supporting Survivors

Tuesday, Oct. 18
Shepherd Union 320
11 - 12:00 p.m.

Our Safe@Weber Advocate will be leading a presentation and discussion to educate our Weber State community how we can support survivors of domestic/interpersonal violence. This is a free event open to all at Weber State, and employees can register on Training Tracker. 

Clothesline Project Tabling

Tuesday, Oct. 18
Shepherd Union Atrium
11:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

The Women's Center and community partners will be tabling to answer questions and raise awareness for Domestic Violence Awareness month and the resources that Weber State and our community offers.

WSU Human Trafficking Symposium: Education, Prevention and Awareness

Thursday, Oct. 27
Shepherd Union Ballrooms
10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Register for Human Trafficking Symposium

The inaugural Human Trafficking Symposium at Weber State University will cover a broad overview of topics pertinent to this phenomenon, such as labor versus sex trafficking, characteristics and attributes of victims and risk factors associated with human trafficking. Additionally, and more specific to Weber State University students, this symposium will cover online solicitation as well as victim resources available at Weber State University and in surrounding community partnerships. The goal of this symposium is to raise awareness and start an ongoing conversation about how to recognize and combat human trafficking. The first 175 people to register will receive lunch at the Human Trafficking Symposium. Attendees can park in the Public Pay Lot located near the Student Services Center or ride the UTA Wildcat Shuttle for free from the Dee Events Center.

 

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