Brockport Against Rape and Sexual Assault (BARS) and Prevention and Outreach Services is bringing the Better Sex Talk Campaign to Brockport. The College at Brockport will be the first SUNY school to join the Better Sex Talk coalition.
The aim of the project is to strive for improvements in sexual education, raise awareness for sexual assault and create a culture of consent. The Better Sex Talk campaign sheds light on critical information that is absent in sexual education courses, empowering college students from different backgrounds to use their own experiences to fill in those gaps.
The first 50 students to sign up for a five-minute time slot will have their picture taken, have their quote superimposed on their photo and their advice will become part of this important collegiate movement.
On Sunday, April 10th from 12 – 4 pm in the Union Gallery come have your picture taken & answer the question “If you could give one piece of advice to your younger sibling about sex what would you say?”.
Time Slot Registration http://goo.gl/forms/NxsUsL1pSv
Learn more about the Better Sex Talk Campaign at https://www.facebook.com/bettersextalk/ or http://www.bstcampaign.org/
Download the Better Sex Talk Flyer too!
The Little Theatre, WXXI & The Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender and Women’s Studies are proud to present a series of movies titled Honoring Women in Public Service to honor Women’s History Month.
Dr. Barb LeSavoy, Director of The Women & Gender Studies Program here at The College at Brockport will be a panelist for two of the films: Dreamcatcher (3/6) and Sworn Virgin (3/20).
- 3/6 Dreamcatcher at 3 pm
- 3/6 Difret at 6 pm
- 3/8 Heart of a Dog at 7 pm
- 3/13 Radical Grace at 3 pm
- 3/20 Sworn Virgin at 6 pm
- 3/26 Grab a Hunk of Lightening at 3 pm
For more information about the schedule, individual films, ticket prices, moderators, and panelists please download the complete booklet below.
Women’s History Film Booklet 2016
This semester, the Women & Gender Studies Department at The College at Brockport is revamping and refocusing our blog! This semester we will be focusing on the work and experiences of our students, faculty & alumni.
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