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The Assault Survivors Advocacy Program and the Center for Peer Education both work to educate the campus community throughout the year with events, presentations, and awareness campaigns.  Get involved and join us at the following fun and engaging events!

Monday, January 22, 2018 - Wednesday, January 31, 2018

National Stalking Awareness Month

January is national Stalking Awareness Month. This campaign raises awareness about stalking and breaks down misconceptions that minimize the impact of stalking on our campus. Look for posters around campus throughout the rest of January and learn more about how you can support survivors of stalking!

Monday, February 12, 2018 -Wednesday, February 14, 2018


Stop by our table in the UC anytime from 10am-2pm on Monday and Tuesday, and 10am-2pm at the McKee Breezeway on Wednesday, to pick up some Consensual VDay Cards, Consent Condoms, and delicious Vagina Pops!  Learn more about healthy relationships and take a Love Languages quiz or grab a copy of our Consent Yes/No/Maybe Charts.  Take a moment to listen to slam poetry at our table throughout the day on Wednesday at the McKee Breezeway on your way to class!

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Safe Zone 201: Navigating Healthy Queer Relationships

The Gender & Sexuality Resource Center provides Safe Zone 201 trainings, which dive deeper into specific topics about queer life. These workshops are an hour long each, and are open to anybody who has finished a Safe Zone or Straight Facts About Queer Life training. This particular interactive workshop is a collaboration between the GSRC and ASAP and will focus on navigating healthy queer relationships and negotiating consent!  Join us from 3:30-4:30pm in the University Center, Aspen A&B.

 Thursday, March 22, 2018

Film Screening: Confirmation

ASAP partners with UNC's  International Film Series to show Confirmation at 6:00pm in Lindou Auditorium (basement of Michener Library). The confirmation hearings for Judge Clarence Thomas (Wendell Pierce) become a media spectacle when his former colleague Anita Hill (Kerry Washington) accuses the Supreme Court Justice nominee of sexual harassment. Please join us after the film for an important topical discussion. 

Monday, March 26, 2018 - Friday, March 30, 2018

The Clothesline Project

This project raises awareness about gender-based violence and provides a space for survivors to share their experiences.  Survivors will have the opportunity to decorate t-shirts with their stories, and have their shirts displayed on the clothesline.  Allies of survivors can decorate the clothespins that hold up the t-shirts as a symbol of their support.  Survivors can decorate shirts privately in the ASAP office or at home--supplies can be picked up at our table in the UC on December 5, 8, & 21 from 10am-2pm and returned to ASAP by March 22 at 5pm to be included on the clothesline.  Folks are also welcome to submit stories anonymously via a Google Doc (https://goo.gl/fy4SQv) and an ASAP advocate will decorate a shirt on their behalf.  Come see the Clothesline display: 10am-2pm in the UC on March 26 - 27, 10am-2pm in Holmes Dining Hall on March 28, and 10am-2pm in Michener Library on March 29 - 30!

Monday, April 2, 2018 - Friday, April 6, 2018

Green Eggs & Consent Video

ASAP is creating a video about consent, using Doctor Seuss' Green Eggs & Ham story as a fun and engaging way to define negotiating consent.  The video can be found on Youtube and on ASAP's website so be sure to check it out and share it!  Remember, consent is a 'yes' that is freely given, when the option of 'no' is both present and viable.

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Denim Day

This year, the Assault Survivors Advocacy Program (ASAP) will be hosting Denim Day, which was created to raise awareness about sexual violence and combat victim blaming.  This international day of protest was started after an Italian Supreme Court decision in 1993, in which a judge overturned a rape conviction stating, “because the victim wore very, very tight jeans, she had to help him remove them, and by removing the jeans it was no longer rape but consensual sex.”  Join us by wearing denim or jeans on April 25th. Take a picture with your group or office and post it on our Facebook event page (UNCO Denim Day Spring 2018) with the hashtag #uncodenimday to show support for survivors! Stop by our table in the UC from 10am-2pm to donate money to the ASAP program and learn how you can support survivors on campus!