A Take Back the Night March and
Rally will highlight Sexual Assault Awareness Month during
The march and rally at 7 p.m. April
9 will begin outside the Student Union lobby with a candlelight
- April 7 - Visit
the Violence Against Women Prevention Programs table to create a
square for sexual assault survivors quilt. Noon-2 p.m., Student
- April 7 -
"Don't Speak My Mother's Name in Vain," a program
by Reannae McNeal. The program is about the rape/sexual assault of
black women in the United States, conveyed through character
sketches, dance and blues/spiritual song. 8 p.m., African-American
Cultural Center Community Room.
- April 8 -
"Unwanted Sexual Experiences: Understanding and Addressing
Psychological Effects on Women" with Pamela Dieter of the
Traumatic Stress Institute. 7 p.m., Room 216A, Student Union.
- April 9 - Take
Back the Night March and Rally. 7 p.m., Student Union Mall.
- April 10 - Day of
Healing. An opportunity for survivors and secondary survivors of
sexual assault to share in music, art and poetry. 6-8 p.m.,
- April 11 -
"Sexual Assault Associated with Drinking in Bars."
Kathleen Parks from the Research Institute on Addictions in
Buffalo, N.Y., will discuss her research on the relationship
between alcohol and bar-related sexual aggression. 2 p.m., Room
303, Monteith Building.
- April 13 & 20
- Self-defense workshop. Offered by the Woman's Self-Defense
Alliance. Pre-registration required by April 7. Call 486-4738. 1-4
p.m., Upper Putnam Lounge.
- April 19 -
"Women United: Take Back Our Lives II." Rally will
include personal testimonies and speakers on gay, lesbian and
bisexual issues, HIV/AIDS, domestic violence, the hearing impaired
and representatives from various support agencies. 11 a.m.-1 p.m.,
- April 23 - Film.
"Calling the Ghosts: A Story about Rape, War and Women."
7 p.m., Women's Center Lounge.