Harvard unites as a community to break the silence surrounding gender-based violence. The Office of Sexual Assault Prevention & Response (OSAPR), together with Response Peer Counselors and the Consent, Assault Awareness, and Relationship Educators (CAARE), hosts Take Back the Night (TBTN), a vigil and rally for survivors, advocates, and allies to speak out against all forms of abuse, exploitation, and violence. Submit your story via tinyurl.com/
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM), and with collaboration with many amazing offices and student groups, OSAPR planned a month filled with activism, allyship, and healing. Please come to our events to learn more and take part in the movement against interpersonal violence!
For the first time since its inception in 2003, OSAPR has expanded from a 2.5 person staff to a 6 person office! As of August 11, OSAPR Director Alicia Oeser welcomes Meera Seshadri as College Education Specialist, Alyssa Green as Survivor Advocate,
As Sexual Assault Awareness Month begins and the Harvard community discusses the numerous concerns raised by students in recent days, President Drew Faust has announced a task force to look at both prevention and response.
Saturday Night at Harvard offers an opportunity for concerned students, staff and faculty to bring the issues of sexual assault, dating violence, stalking, sexuality, you name it- out into the open. It is a compilation, published annually by students, of stories, poetry, art, photography, etc. depicting how sexual violence has impacted students' lives on campus. Submissions, being accepted now, are welcome from survivors, friends of survivors