SHARE invites you to join us in breaking the silence surrounding sexual assault, sexual harassment, domestic/dating violence, and stalking on Thursday, April 26th , at 7:30pm in the Butler Amphitheater at Take Back the Night.
On this night we honor and support our campus community members who have survived sexual violence, domestic/dating violence, and stalking.
Our keynote speaker this year will be the illustrious Dominique Christina, a mother, published author of three books, educator, 2 time Women of the World Slam Champion, social agitator and intersectional feminist. She is the only person to win the Women of the World Championship twice. As a survivor of childhood sexual assault, Dominique writes to re-assemble the bones, to name, to unname, to rename and to participate in the radical reclamation of the body.
Other survivors and co-survivors are encouraged to break the silence around their own experiences in this intimate and supportive space during the open-mic portion of the event. For those who are pondering whether to speak at Take Back the Night, SHARE's Director, Jackie Deitch-Stackhouse (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Prevention Curriculum & Assessment Manager, Avina I. Ross, PhD (email@example.com) are available for support and guidance. They are both confidential resources.
Sponsored by the SHARE Program, Women*s Center, and others.