Campus Community / Science / Technology and Health / Society / Justice and LawObserving Sexual Assault Awareness MonthNo Author ProvidedApril 5, 2022Image credit: Ribbon graphic, The Center for RespectNo Caption ProvidedSeattle University observes Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) through events related to awareness, education and prevention for the campus community.Awareness of sexual assault and related discrimination remains a critical need. As Seattle University approaches the 50th anniversary of the passage of the federal civil rights law, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Title IX), it is important to acknowledge the impact of this pervasive issue on safety, health and well-being for so many. While there is no doubt efforts like this must be ongoing and not limited to one month, SAAM provides a dedicated opportunity for SU to collectively demonstrate support for those who have experienced trauma through a variety of events hosted by departments across campus. All Seattle University students, faculty and staff are encouraged to participate in the following events this month: April 4–15: Participate in and/or View “The Clothesline Project”Cherry Street Market (2nd floor, Student Center) April 6: I Ask for Consent—Sexual Assault Resources Table Event1–2:30 p.m., Cherry Street Market (2nd floor, Student Center) April 13: Let’s Kahoot About Sex! Inclusive education focused on topics of consent, sexual health and human sexuality. 4–6 p.m., Wellness and Health Promotion Office (Student Center 380) April 13: Self-Defense Workshop & Empowerment with Strategic Living 12–2 p.m., Zoom session. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for link April 20: Self-Defense Workshop & Empowerment with Strategic Living6–8 p.m., in-person session, Student Center 160 (LeRoux Conference Center) April 25: Identity, Power and Sexual Violence Workshop1–3 p.m., Student Center 130 (Multipurpose Room) April 27: Take Back the Night4–7 p.m., Student Center 160 (LeRoux Conference Center) Join SU’s local fundraiser to support King County Sexual Assault Resource Center (KCSARC):-April 21: Drip Tea will donate 50 percent of profits that day.-April 29: General Porpoise will donate 10 percent of profits that day.-May 2: Chipotle will donate 33 percent of profits from 5–9 p.m. Other ways to participate Stop in the Wellness and Health Promotion Office (Student Center 380) to view or rent a book from the booklist. Follow Wellness and Health Promotion and HAWC’s social media campaign:@wellnessatseattleu and @seattleuhawc Join Wellness and Health Promotion and HAWCs ConnectSU page for events. Wear a teal ribbon in recognition and support. Pick up locations: -Wellness and Health Promotion Office (Student Center 380)-Casey Commons If you are interested in volunteering at one of these events or getting more involved e-mail email@example.com.For more information about these events and to stay updated on events added later, visit https://www.seattleu.edu/wellness/saam/.For information about resources and reporting options for those on campus impacted by sexual misconduct, visit https://www.seattleu.edu/sexual-misconduct.