M.I.N.E.R.S. Advocacy Initiative

APRIL SEXUAL ASSAULT AWARENESS MONTH 2017

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“THE HUNTING GROUND” FILM
FOLLOWED BY A PANEL DISCUSSION
APRIL 11/5:30-7:30/Union Cinema

“ONE IN SIXTEEN” WORKSHOP
MALE SEXUAL TRAUMA & RECOVERY
APRIL 26/1:30PM-3:30PM/UNION E. ROOM

“BE THE VOICE” WALK
WALK TO MAKE A CHANGE
APRIL 19/2PM-4PM/CENTENNIAL PLAZA

BAD ROMANCE
SIGNS OF AN UNHEALTHY RELATIONSHIP
APRIL 19/10AM-11AM UNION E. ROOM 102B

LET’S TALK ABOUT CONSENT
COMMUNICATE ABOUT SEX & CONSENT
APRIL 24/3PM-4PM/UNION E. ROOM 102B

DENIM DAY: ADVOCACY AND FASHION SHOW
WEAR DENIM WITH A PURPOSE
APRIL 26/10AM-1PM/UNION PLAZA

MAKE THE CONNECTION
MILITARY SEXUAL TRAUMA WORKSHOP
APRIL 26/1:30PM-3:30PM/UNION E. ROOM 102B

TAKE BACK THE NIGHT: CANDLELIGHT VIGIL
VIOLENCE AGAINST MEN AND WOMEN
APRIL 27/7PM-9PM/UNION E. ROOM 308

#UTEPBETHEVOICE

‘The Hunting Ground’ is a film that follows survivors as they pursue their education while fighting for justice-despite the harsh retaliation, harassment, and pushback at every level.

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Student Government Association presents:

“The Hunting Ground”

‘The Hunting Ground’ is a film that follows survivors as they pursue their education while fighting for justice-despite the harsh retaliation, harassment, and pushback at every level.

Program includes Film Presentation and Panel Discussion

April 11, 2017 | Union Cinema | 5:30pm-7:30pm

Doors Open at 5:00pm

Free Event | Free Popcorn

Open to the Public

 

Discussion Panel Moderator: Stephanie Paz, Senator at Large
Discussion Panelists:
Jovita Simon, Director
Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution
Raymond Rodriguez, Assistant Chief
UTEP-Police Department

Alicia Rascon, Coordinator
Student Activities Fraternity and Sorority Life
Julie Levesque, Associate Athletics Director
UTEP Athletics

CLOTHESLINE PROJECT
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Clothesline Project

The Clothesline Project honors survivors and victims of sexual assault. T-shirts have been designed and illustrated by survivors and student allies who have offered their voices with the purpose of spreading the awareness of sexual assault.  Together they left a message for all those who may become victims: Take Back the Night.

Join us at the following locations:

Liberal Arts Lawn—April 3-7

Leech Grove—April 10-14

Library Lawn—April 17-21

Union Building East, 2nd floor—April 24-28

TEAL STATIONS AND TABLING EVENT

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Teal Stations and Tabling Event

The Teal Stations are aimed to spark a conversation to raise awareness. By painting your pinky finger teal, you pledge to support and help stop violence.

Liberal Arts Lawn- April 3 | 10:00am-12:00 pm

Mike Loya ASB- April 6 | 11:00 am- 1:00 pm

Leech Grove- April 10 | 1pm-3 pm

Computer and Chemistry Building- April 13 | 9:00am-11:00 am

Library Lawn- April 17 | 11:00am-1:00pm

Centennial Plaza- April 19 | 2:00pm-4:00 pm

Psychology- April 20 | 11:00- 1:00 pm

Bookstore- April 24 | 12:00pm-2:00 pm

Union East Bldg. 1st Floor- April 25| 11 am-1pm

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Be the Voice March

Walk to Make a Change

Presented by: Student Government Association

CALLING ALL MINERS! Take Action and walk with us in support of the victims and survivors of sexual assault.  We will come together as a community to walk around campus to raise awareness. Bring your friends, peers, and co-workers!

Together we can make a change!

April 19, 2017 | 2:00pm-4:00pm | Centennial Plaza

Bad Romance

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Bad Romance – Recognizing the Signs of an Unhealthy Relationship

Presented by: University Counseling Center

Wednesday, April 19

10:00 – 11:00 am

Union East, Andesite Room 102B

Love shouldn’t hurt. Help yourself or someone you know by learning to recognize potential warning signs of an unhealthy relationship.

Let’s Talk About Consent – How to Talk to Your Partner

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Let’s Talk About Consent – How to Talk to Your Partner

Presented by: University Counseling Center

Monday, April 24

3:00 – 4:00 pm

Union East, Andesite Room 102B

Do you struggle with talking about sex? Learn how to communicate with your partner about sex and consent.

For more information, please contact OSCCR at (915) 747-8694. For special accommodations, please contact us 1 week prior to the event.


Our Best Chance to Stop Violence is You!

M.I.N.E.R.S. Advocacy Initiative promotes a greater awareness and consciousness to the campus community regarding domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking.

What do we do?

  • Provide education through awareness programs/events
  • Foster a safe environment where students are empowered to access resources
  • Encourage students to promote a violence-free campus




Do you have a program/event ideas you’d like to see implemented? Would you like to help and support the initiative?

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