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RED Talks: Turning the Red Zone Green

RED Talks: Turning the Red Zone Green

Monday, November 04, 2013 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
HUB Ohio Room

Nationwide, there is a period of time known as The Red Zone, which falls between the start of the fall semester and Thanksgiving break in November. It is believed that there are more sexual assaults on United States college campuses during this time than any other time during the school year. This interactive presentation aims to empower students by providing knowledge and tools they can use to Turn the Red Zone Green on the IUP campus.

Red Talks Flyer


You can Turn the Red Zone Green by:

  • Being informed on sexual violence
  • Understanding the role true consent plays in sexual relationships
  • Being an active bystander
  • Removing rape culture from our campus, communities, and lives
  • Responding to victims and survivors of violence with dignity and respect
  • Knowing campus and community resources to support victims and survivors of violence
  • Attending the Six O’ Clock Series on November 4, 2013 to learn more!!  

We look forward to seeing you at 6:00pm on Monday, as Peer Educators from The Haven Project discuss how we can Turn the Red Zone Green.

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