HUB Ohio Room
Haven Project and Phi Sigma Kappa invite everyone to an It’s On Us
It’s On Us movement is centered around raising awareness and fighting against
sexual assault on college campuses. The campaign urges everyone to step
away from the sidelines and be an active part of the solution.
Join us to learn more about the National
Campaign that encourages us to be better bystanders and teaches us about power-based
violence, sexual violence prevention, and more.
Statistic: One in 5 female-identifying and one in 14 male-identifying
students across the US will be sexually assaulted during their time in college. Rates are higher for students of color, LGBTQIAA students, low-income
students, and students with disabilities. —itsonus.org
It’s On Us, IUP to make
campus safer for everyone.
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Stapleton Library near Java City
The Haven Project and the Fashion Merchandising Program are partnering together to set up the What Were You Wearing Exhibit. Anonymous survivor stories from
the IUP community will be on display all week in the Stapleton Library.
“What were you wearing?” is an all-too-common question asked of survivors of sexual assault. This question is rooted in victim-blaming. This exhibit aims to dispel the myth that survivors provoke their assault due to how they were dressed. Stop
by to experience this powerful and emotional display.
Content Warning: Stories include descriptions of gender-based personal violence, which may be upsetting to some.
Questions? Email email@example.com
If you or someone you know has been a victim of sexual assault, there are resources available to offer support. You are not alone.
Haven Project social media and website, YouTube Channel
Although the annual Take Back The Night march and Survivor Speak Out has been canceled, a Virtual Speak Out will be held so we can continue to support one another.
Join us via Haven Project’s social media and website as well as IUP’s YouTube channel to hear the survivor stories, in their own words, read by Haven peers and volunteers. This is an opportunity to give a voice to their experiences.
If you have any questions regarding upcoming events, resources, or services, please visit the Haven Project website or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sexual assault is a difficult topic to discuss, so we want to provide resources if anyone would need to reach out.
We see you. We hear you. We believe you. We support you!
Take Back the Night is an annual event that raises awareness, empowers individuals, and inspires action that will bring an end to sexual violence.
The evening will include guest speakers Tracey Vitchers from It’s On Us and Denise Pearson, vice chancellor of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.
Zoom ID: 931 4827 3565
According to Take Back the Night.org:
The IUP Haven Project is the department on campus that assists students with the issues of sexual violence, domestic/dating violence, and stalking. We educate the campus community on these issues by providing educational programming and awareness campaigns and events.
If you or someone you know has been affected by these issues, resources are available to help.
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HUB Susquehanna Room
Health and Wellness Promotion, the Haven Project, and ATOD invite you to their event: Sex on the Big Screen.
The location has been changed from the Miller Practice Field
to the HUB due to expected rain.
Watch movie and television clips. Join in on a discussion about what we see in movies and television about sex, alcohol, consent, and sexual violence.
T-shirts and free stuff will be available for attendees.