Is ‘rape culture’ really everywhere? Does rape culture limit a survivor’s access to justice? Does one’s belief in ‘rape culture’ ultimately render us incapable of experiencing and enjoying genuine intimacy?
Quincy House Dining Hall, 58 Plympton Street Cambridge, MA 02138
5:30pm to 6:30pm
This annual dinner and awards ceremony is held to recognize students at Harvard Foundation for their outstanding contributions to improving intercultural and race relations at the College. Students are nominated from a broad range of people, including House Masters, Residential Advisors, Administrators, in addition to fellow Harvard students.
Harvard University Science Center, 1 Oxford St, Cambridge, MA 02138
12:00pm to 2:30pm
A University-wide campaign to visibly support survivors by wearing denim. Solidarity Sponsor is an acknowledgment of the role we each play in confronting rape culture, holding ourselves accountable for our words and actions, and creating trauma-aware spaces for survivors and allies. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to become a Sponsor!
Together, we create and hold space to speak out, listen, reflect, and moves towards healing from all forms of abuse, exploitation, and violence. The candlelight walk will begin at Dudley House and move through Harvard Yard. Submit your story or your letter of support and solidarity on the OSAPR webpage at osapr.harvard.edu/saam2017
We invite the incoming first-year class to explore the diversity of Harvard's queer life, student groups, and resources with current students and staff. Join us to ask questions, grab a snack, and make button-pins! All are welcome, and we look forward to meeting you.