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Community and Identity-Based Education Info Session
2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Do yo identify as a person of color, queer or trans person, and/or a person with a disability? Feel like you don’t see yourself represented in educational programs about sexual violence? Help us build a community and identity based educational experience.
The McCluskey Center for Violence Prevention is working to build community and identity-specific educational programs for students historically left out of conversations about relationship and sexual violence. Specifically, we seek to recruit graduate students who identify as students of color, queer and/or trans, and/or people with disabilities to build identity-specific educational programming for undergraduate students. Graduate students do not need prior experience or expertise in addressing relationship and sexual violence (RSV); instead the focus is on creating space where we can better understand RSV through specific lived experiences and identities.
If you are interested in learning more or have questions on what we are doing to create an intentional space for minoritized students, please join us for one of our informational sessions. Please click the link to register for the sessions:
More details on the Community and Identity-Based Education Program can be found on our website.