Dear Campus Community,
We hope this message finds you healthy and safe during these unprecedented, and frankly, highly distressing times.
For many, dealing with the covid-19 pandemic has been very taxing, both physically and emotionally. Unfortunately, despite that, those of us who are highly invested in preventing interpersonal violence and related harms in our community are now bracing ourselves for the implementation of the new Office of Civil Rights’ (OCR) Title IX regulations on August 14, 2020.
Welcome to the first edition of the Sexual Harassment/Assault Advising, Resources & Education (SHARE) Office Highlight Report! Read more...
Partnering with Womanspace in support of interpersonal violence survivors on our campus and in our community.
Join the SHARE Peers this Thursday from 3-5 outside of Cafe Viv!
Desireé Dallagiacomo is a poet, performer, and educator from rural California. She is the program director & lead teaching artist at Forward Arts, a youth spoken word and social justice writing non-profit in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She is a Pushcart Prize nominee and she has been a finalist at every major national poetry slam in the United States. Her poems have been featured widely in such places as Bustle Magazine, The Huffington Post, Buzzfeed, Everyday Feminism, and the New Orleans Fringe Festival.