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THE WOMEN'S AND GENDER EQUITY CENTER

Programs

The Women’s and Gender Equity Center and Not Alone @ The Beach aims to provide programming that promotes awareness and prevention of sexual assault, rape, dating/domestic violence, and stalking. Programs include Healthy Relationship workshops, Denim Day, Clothesline project, Take Back The Night, Human Trafficking, Stalking/Cyberstalking, Consent.

 

Spring 2017 Programs

 

FEBRUARY: BLACK HISTORY MONTH

18th Annual MLK Celebration

February 21, 12pm-1pm, USU Ballrooms

An Evening with Award-Winning Author Trisha R. Thomas

February 27, 5:30pm-7:30pm, USU Ballrooms

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MARCH: WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH

Respect Mother Nature Activity:

March 20th, 12pm-1:00pm, USU 304

WGEC Respect Week Workshop:

March 20th, 1pm-2:30pm, USU 304

Women's History Month Event:

March 14th (Tue), 4-7 pm, USU Beach Auditorium

Documentary followed by panel discussion

Screening: California Women Win the Vote, and Votes for Women

Women's History Month Event: TBA

March 21st

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APRIL: Sexual Assault Awareness/ Prevention Month

Break the Silence Fair (Clothesline Project),

April 5th, 10-2:00pm, Speaker's Platform- The Clothesline Project is a unique display of t-shirts designed by survivors that encourage women to break the silence on violence against women.

Health and Wellness Event, April 10th, TBA

Take Back the Night, April 5, 6-9:30

6pm @ Brotman Hall- Maxson Plaza- Rally with students, staff, and faculty in a peaceful march advocating for the elimination of dometic violence, sexual assault and relationshop violence.

7Pm @ Anatol Center for interACT performance followed by Speakout: Come to Speak Out to hear from those who have indirectly and directly affected by domestic violence, sexual assault and relationship violence.

Fall 2016 Programs

OCTOBER IS DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS MONTH:

Monday, October 10th

Snow White, the Prince and Intimate Partner Violence, 5 - 7 pm , USU Ballroom

Monday, October 17th 

Cora - Film, Q&A with Director 5 - 7 pm , USU Beach Auditorium

 
FALL SEMESTER TABLING:

"3-D Thursdays" pop-up resource weekly tabling event with Student Health Services Center that highlight Sexual Assault Support and Services, and PAUSE, a Bystander Intervention Program:

Time: 11 am - 1 pm

Days: Thursdays weekly from Sept. 22 - Dec. 1, 2016

Locations: TBA

To see more programs, visit the Women's and Gender Equity Center website:

http://web.csulb.edu/divisions/students/wrc/calendar/

Event Description

Snow White, the Prince and Intimate Partner Violence

DATE: Monday, October 10th

Time: 5-7 p.m.

Location: USU Ballroom

This presentation will focus on the impact of what we learn as children and the adults we become and the beliefs we develop. Fairytales are prime movers in regard to the development of these beliefs and the focus will include one of our beloved fairy tales, 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs' (Disney version). 

Featured Speaker: Alyce LaViolette

Alyce LaViolette is a trauma informed psychotherapist, lecturer at CSULB on gender and power, and expert witness for domestic violence cases.

 

CORA (free film screening and dialogue with Director) Based on a true story!

DATE: Monday, October 17th

Time: 5-7 p.m.
Location: USU Beach Auditorium

This event will feature a short 30-minute student-produced film followed by Q&A with Director Kevin Maxwell and the subject of his story, his grandmother.

FILM DESCRIPTION:

Cora (Latarsha Rose of 'Hunger Games'), an African American woman living in Memphis, Tennessee, in 1966, must not only fight the racism of local police force but survive the violent rages of her jealous husband (Joe Holt) while raising her son and managing her business, Cora's Place. 

Watch trailer: https://vimeo.com/90246867

"3-D Thursdays" Pop-up Resource Table

The Women's and Gender Equity Center's Campaign Not Alone @ The Beach (Sexual Assault Advocate Support & Services) in collaboration with the Student Health Services Center's ' PAUSE (Bystander Intervention Program) will have a weekly pop-up resource table at various locations on campus each Thursday starting Sept. 22nd and ending on Dec 1st, 2016 fall semester.

"3-D Thursdays" tabling events highlight Sexual Assault Advocate support & Services on campus as well as highlight PAUSE, (Prevention Awareness Uniting Students with Empowerment) a Bystander Intervention Program.

Join us for FREE information, give-aways, and snacks (while they last) each Thursday, 11 am - 1 pm.

Locations vary week to week. Locations TBA.

 

For more information contact WGEC at wgec@csulb.edu

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Women’s and Gender Equity Center (WGEC)– LA1-102 (562) 985-8576
A Division of Student Affairs Program