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One Wave workshops are 1-hour peer-led conversations that provide foundational knowledge and skills on how each of us can help keep our peers and communities safe from sexual violence. After this training, you will be able to recognize potential moments of harm, acknowledge barriers that stop us from acting and identify realistic ways to intervene.
REGISTRATION REQUIRED. 
For questions about the Live Well workshop series, please email whp@tulane.edu.

One Wave workshops are 1-hour peer-led conversations that provide foundational knowledge and skills on how each of us can help keep our peers and communities safe from sexual violence. After this training, you will be able to recognize potential moments of harm, acknowledge barriers that stop us from acting and identify realistic ways to intervene.
REGISTRATION REQUIRED. 
For questions about the Live Well workshop series, please email whp@tulane.edu.

One Wave workshops are 1-hour peer-led conversations that provide foundational knowledge and skills on how each of us can help keep our peers and communities safe from sexual violence. After this training, you will be able to recognize potential moments of harm, acknowledge barriers that stop us from acting and identify realistic ways to intervene.
REGISTRATION REQUIRED. 
For questions about the Live Well workshop series, please email whp@tulane.edu.

Join us for dinner and conversation as we analyze and critique the impact the Me too movement has had on communities of color. Recognizing that we are not a monolith, we will work engage in large and small group dialogue to challenge the dominant narratives on relationships and sexual violence. Together we will challenge myths, reclaim our stories, and support one another to promote empowerment and healing. This program will center the most marginalized populations in our community.

TUCP is proud to present Tarana Burke as part of its Spring Speaker Series. No tickets are required, and the event is free and open to the public!
Tarana Burke shares the story behind the genesis of the viral 2017 TIME Person Of The Year-winning ‘me too.’ Movement, and gives strength and healing to those who have experienced sexual trauma or harassment.

Tarana Burke, founder of the #MeToo movement and social justice activist, shares the story behind the genesis of the viral movement and gives strength and healing to those who have experienced sexual trauma or harassment.

Cohosted this year by the Newcomb College Institute and the Louisiana Foundation Against Sexual Assault, this conference aims to empower and educate student activists to improve the response to and prevention of sexual assault on their college campuses. In doing so, this conference will work on both the individual and group levels by providing students with collaborative tools to combat sexual violence in their campus communities and by addressing the intersectionality of sexual violence to embrace individual experiences in activism.

Title: “Trauma-Informed Schools”

Wear your Tulane gear each Tuesday and stop by the LBC between 11AM-1PM to get today's free treat - (Teal Colored) Cheesecake Popcorn!
Sponsored by the Sexual Violence Prevention Coalition and the Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life.
Don't forget to have your loyalty card stamped!
** You must wear Tulane gear to receive the giveaway, no exceptions
** Giveaway applies while supplies last and are first come, first serve

The kick-off event for Audre Lorde Week, this documentary by Jennifer Abod explores the work of Audre Lorde. (60 Minutes)Sponsored by Office for Gender and Sexual Diversity(OGSD) and Center for Engaged Teaching and Learning (CELT)