Fall 2015 Health Events

CSUSM It's On US! National Week of Action - 11/8/15 - 11/14/15

Its on Us

Breaking the Silence against Domestic Silence Speakers - 10/21/15
6 pm @ UHall 100

Breaking the Silence

Break the Silence against Domestic Violence is a non-profit organization that  educates communities on the dangers of domestic violence, connect victims and survivors, and assist in the transformation of lives of victims of domestic violence, by providing a personal development retreat, educational programs and an advocate hotline  855-BTS-1777. Speakers for tonight includes Caitlin Dahlin, current Miss California USA 2016, a survivor of dating violence and speaker for the non-profit Break the Silence against Domestic Violence, and Terry Josiah of Music.Life.Change, a business that that seeks to change the world through music, healthy lifestyles and product and apparel awareness. Terry brings a different perspective to the cause and his “I was an Abuser” campaign helps shed light on a different understanding of domestic violence.

The Hunting Grounds - Film Screening & Panel Discussion - 10/20/15
6 pm in USU Ballroom

Hunting Grounds
The Hunting Grounds documentary (103 minutes) http://www.thehuntinggroundfilm.com/ exposes sexual violence as a prevalent problem on campuses of higher education across the United States. The filmmakers, Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering, inter­viewed more than 100 students in making the film: of these, 60 were interviewed on camera. Their stories frame the film’s narrative as they recount the trauma they endured. Having experienced the failure of their institutions to protect them, the survivors portrayed in the film take action in order to break the silence about rape on college campuses and to force their universities to hold perpetrators accountable and to put services in place to support survivors.

Weaving together a verite footage and first-person testimonies, the film foregreounds the efforts of survivors as they attempt to pursue—despite incredible pushback, harassment and traumatic aftermath—both their education and justice. After the screening, there will be a panel discussion from various administrators, faculty, staff and students to discuss about CSUSM policies and resources.

No More! Together We Can End Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault -  10/19/15-10/28/15

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