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Women's Resource Center
The WRC cultivates a safe space where students can be empowered and affirmed. We strive to provide the campus with programs that offer a platform for discussions with a feminist lens and a focus on current gender identity issues. We seek to empower students by providing programs and workshops to challenge sexism, socialized gender roles and the patriarch.
Students Promoting Education Awareness and Knowledge (SPEAK)SPEAK seeks to engage the larger campus community in conversations around sexual violence prevention and bystander intervention through a feminist lens. The program’s guiding philosophy shifts the focus of sexual violence prevention from being primarily a women’s issue to an issue that engages all genders. Collective responsibility is essential to ending sexual violence against women and people of other marginalized genders.
- 20 hours across the semester
- Tabling to get the word out
- Meet Fridays to learn about consent, feminism, patriarchy, sexual violence and how to stop it!
- Engage the campus in an interactive workshop highlighting learning outcomes of the internship