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PSU Women's Resource Center

1802 SW 10th Ave
Portland, OR 97201, US (map)

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  • Thursday
    Apr 27 2017
    Queering Sexual Violence: Radical Voices from Within the Anti-Violence Movement

    Join PSU’s School of Social Work, Women’s Resource Center, Queer Resource Center, and Office of Global Diversity & Inclusion as we welcome Jennifer Patterson, editor of Queering Sexual Violence, and contributor Angie River for a discussion that centers queer, trans, and gender non-conforming survivors within the anti-violence movement. The evening will also feature a panel of community advocates who are working on issues of sexual assault in queer communities. Panelists include Stephanie Ng Ping Cheung from Bradley Angle’s LGBTQ Program, Choya Adkison-Stevens from the Oregon Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence, and Alex Herrera from Portland State University. Please see below for more information regarding accesibility*

    About Culture & Conversation: The School of Social Work at Portland State University is proud to present "Culture & Conversation," a month-long series of events designed to spark campus and community dialogue around identity, equity, and community. Now entering its sixth year and scheduled throughout the month of April, the series welcomes thinkers, activists, and community leaders in lively discussions around topics impacting communities in Oregon. All events are free and open to the community.

    About Sexual Assault Awareness Month: April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month! The Women's Resource Center at Portland State University collaborates with internal and external departments and organizations to host a wide array of events to both honor the existence of sexual violence in our communities as well as create the change we need in order to evolve away from rape culture. We hope you will join us in this effort, as we strive for individual and collective healing and transformation through this work.

    *At Portland State University we strive to be inclusive to all members of our community. The accessible entrance is through the front door of the Montgomery building, which is to the right of the WRC entrance. After entering the building, the elevator is on your right. Select basement. Once in the basement, follow the signs down the hall to the WRC space, which you will enter from a maintenance room. Call 503-725-5672 with any questions or concerns about access.

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  • Tuesday
    Apr 18 2017
    SAAM: Creating Space for Self

    In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month you're invited to Portland State University's Women's Resource Center to create a space for survivors & allies to sit in community, engage in artwork, chat, and practice self care.

    We will be creating discussion around all the various ways people practice self-care with the mentality that there is no wrong or right way to do self-care

    For accessibility requests please email sheino@pdx.edu.

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  • Thursday
    Apr 13 2017
    Take Back the Night: Consent Culture and the Freedom to Change
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    Take Back the Night: Consent Culture and the Freedom to Change

    Portland State University has been hosting a student lead Take Back the Night since 1999. Take Back the Night is an important community event due to the awareness that it sheds in solidarity with survivors during Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Take Back the Night has an extensive history in the US as well as globally. Portland State University's Take Back the Night is a space for students of all genders working to end gender based violence.

    Feminista Jones will the keynote speaker for Take Back the Night 2017! FJ is a mental health social worker, sex-positive feminist writer, and community activist from New York City. She is an award-winning blogger and author. For two years, she hosted a sex-positive feminist podcast called This Week In Blackness: After Dark, which discussed topics related to sex and sexuality, race, and feminism. She launched a global anti-street harassment campaign (#YouOKSis) and a National Moment of Silence protesting police brutality (#NMOS14), both of which received international media attention. For this work, she was awarded the 2014 Black Weblog Award for Outstanding Online Activism. Jones describes herself "as a post-modern sex-positive, Black feminist woman, which basically means that i'm multi-faceted, at least in my expression of myself and my embodiment of feminism. I exist in a new era of critical thinking and self-identification. I promote the positive aspects of sex, sexuality, and sexual liberation." #pdxtbtn

    Take Back the Night's signature is to include tabling from community and campus organizations, a rally and march, a clothesline project, a keynote speaker, performers, a vigil, and a survivor speak out. TBTN happens during Sexual Assault Awareness Month in April and will happen on April 13th, 2016.

    For more information, please contact Sheena Ino at sheino@pdx.edu

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  • Monday
    Apr 10 2017
    Consent: Participation & Anticipation

    In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month you're invited to come to Portland State University's Women's Resource Center to build zines and community while we discuss how we practice consent in our everyday lives.

    For accessibility requests please email sheino@pdx.edu.

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