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.
The SHARE Office has collaborated with a local artist, Andre Veloux, on a project entitled The Pause, to create an artistic impression of enthusiastic consent. For this interactive project, we invite students to sign up to work together to assemble the artistic piece using Legos! Andre will be on site for guidance and students will be asked to participate in a brief interview about their collaborative experience building the piece. Video recording will also take place to capture the interactive project. The consent-inspired, artistic piece will be unveiled the sam
Partnering with Womanspace in support of interpersonal violence survivors on our campus and in our community.
This summer, several SHARE Peers will be available to students to provide information/referrals, support or even participate during study breaks. Click here (or visit our Facebook page) for an enlarged view of the image with more details and contact information. General inquiries can be directed to the Peers by emailing: sharepeers@pr
Please join SHARE and The Women*s Center for the Clothesline Study Break. Survivors, co-survivors and supportive peers will illustrate t-shirts to be displayed at Take Back the Night and The Clothesline Project. Learn more about the study break here.
Join SHARE in an active awareness event in honor of Yeardley Love, a lacrosse player at UVA, who was murdered by her boyfriend in 2010. To promote awareness of domestic/dating violence, participants record their active distances with participating universities, like Princeton, and with One Love, a foundation started by Yeardley’s family.
Come to the Tiger Trot for Hunger and report your distance traveled for Y4Y. The first 50 people to come record their Trot participation will receive a special give away from SHARE Peers.
Noted media critic, educator and activist Duane de Four will present his keynote talk on building a culture of respect and allyship with The New Manly - Allied Masculinity on the Street.
Applications to become a SHARE Peer will be available in the Spring of 2018.
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