“Identity, Privilege, and Implicit Bias” introduces the key concepts and terminology which help us identify and name harmful dynamics within our social, professional, and academic environments. Awareness and understanding of identity, privilege, and implicit bias are precursors to asking and advocating for change in order to make our communities more empowering to everyone. This workshop treats cultural awareness and understanding as skills that can be fostered through discipline-specific conversations which contextualize the diverse aspects of our identities.
The Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club and the Office of Sexual Assault Prevention & Response have announced a partnership to ensure relevant training is provided for directors, producers, stage managers and casts.
In collaboration with OSAPR, the HRDC will provide mandatory training for all directors, producers, and stage managers every season, with the purpose of promoting safer, trauma-informed spaces that are equitable and inclusive.
Show solidarity, visit the exhibit and share your thoughts.The content of this exhibit deals with sexual violence. It may be difficult to some viewers. For anyone in need of support, please contact the Office of Sexual Assault Prevention & Response’s 24-hour hotline: 617/495-9100.
Join A.R.T. and Harvard's Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response at the performance on September 12 at 2:00 PM and stay afterwards for a special conversation moderated by OSAPR Director Alicia Oeser.
A block of tickets is being held for you – use code HOSAPR to get fee free and $5 off tickets. Are you a student? Ask about
The CARE peer educators have re-branded to reflect the new mission of the organization: advancing gender equity and confronting rape culture through educational advocacy, awareness-raising, and meaningful student engagement. They will foster collaborative relationships with campus leaders and administrative offices to create safer, trauma-informed spaces for survivors and allies, plan culturally-competent health communication campaigns and programs, and conduct peer-to-peer training surrounding consent and healthy relationships. They are the student outreach arm for OSAPR, serving as liaisons, interpreters, and translators between the office and the student body.
The #HarvardWearsDenim campaign received incredible support from across the University. More than 3,000 individuals participated, with 55 student organizations and clubs pledging Solidarity Sponsorship. Hundreds of students, staff, and faculty joined us in their denim, finding community with one another and wearing their solidarity in support of survivors and allies.