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Curriculum at a Glance

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Power of Respect

Respect Yourself. Respect Others. Respect Boundaries

Introduction and Rape Culture
● Scope of the problem
● Addressing rape culture myths
● Consent
● Coercion
● Alcohol

Bystander Intervention
● Reasons why folks don’t intervene
● Barriers to Intervention
● Reasons why folks do intervene
● Intervention strategies
● Navigating scenarios
● Difficult conversations: with victim/survivors
and folks displaying concerning behaviors

Healthy Relationships on Campus
● Consent in relationships
● Dynamics of relationship violence
● Healthy/unhealthy/abusive relationships
● Supporting a friend in an abusive relationship
Supporting Survivors
● Review of barriers to disclosure and reporting
● What does a trauma response look like?
● Active listening
● How to respond to disclosures
● Secondary victimization/trauma and self care
Intersections of Race and Sexual
Violence

● The ways violence can manifest
● Intersectionality
● Exploring self identity
● Narratives from people of color (Identity and
sexual violence)
● Unique barriers to accessing resources or
reporting for people of color
Intersections of Gender, Sexuality and
Sexual Violence

● The ways violence can manifest
● Intersectionality
● Exploring self identity
● Narratives from queer and trans folks
(Identity and sexual violence)
● Unique barriers to accessing resources or
reporting for queer and trans folks
* New and updated workshops will become available on a rolling basis.  If you do not see a workshop that fits your needs or goals, please contact Paul Ang to work on tailoring a workshop to fit your needs.

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