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Join the Ithaca College Sexual Violence Prevention Committee for a virtual event series to screen and discuss the Fundamental docu-series created by the Global Fund for Women. This event series will be co-hosted by the Tompkins County Advocacy Center, BOLD Women's Leadership Network, Office of International Programs, the Center for IDEAS, the LGBT Center, Athletics, the Office of Student Engagement, Public Safety, the Politics Department, the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life, the Women's Mentoring Network, and the Psychology Department. 

This series will allow students, faculty, staff and community members the opportunity to reflect on the films, discuss how they relate to their own lives or communities, and think about the implications for any social movements they may be passionate about. To learn more about the film series, please visit their website here

Each event will screen an episode of the series, and be followed by a guided discussion from the facilitators. You can attend any or all of the events. If you'd like to preview the episodes before the event, follow the links below. 

Episode 1: Rights not Roses (Pakistan) - 17 minutes | April 6 @ 12:00 PM EST

Episode 2: Defenders of Justice (Brazil) - 17 minutes | April 8 @ 12:00 PM EST

Episode 3: Living Out Loud (Georgia) - 17 minutes | April 13 @ 12:00 PM EST

Episode 4: Girls at the Heart of It (Kenya) - 16 minutes | April 15 @ 12:00 PM EST

Episode 5: Rising Power (United States) - 17 minutes | April 20 @ 12:00 PM EST

Full Series Wrap-Up Discussion | April 22  @ 12:00 PM EST

April 6-22
Tuesdays & Thursday @ 12:00- 1:00 PM EST


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Join the Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management on April 1 and April 21 to learn about the Rave Guardian App. Rave Guardian App is a centralized application that provides Ithaca College community members with a number of on-campus and off-campus support services and resources. This application features push notifications to provide timely notice to community members in the event of an emergency, critical incident, and changes to institutional operation. During the training, you will learn the in’s and out’s of how to operate the Rave Guardian App.

April 1, 12:15 - 1:00 PM EST & April 21, 3:30 - 4:15 PM EST


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This workshop provides an opportunity for students to view the "Intervene" Bystander Campaign video with others and engage in a facilitated conversation to reflect upon the attitudes and behaviors that influence the process of intervening as an individual or with assistance.

April 7, 1:30 - 2:30 PM EST


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Bringing in the Bystander (BITB) teaches bystanders how to safely intervene in situations where an incident may be occurring or where there may be a risk of sexual or relationship violence. This program uses a community of responsibility approach through a well-researched and tailored training program. 

April 19, 12:00 - 1:30 PM EST

Supporting Survivors

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Covid-19 has impacted our community in many ways. We are all coping with escalating stressors, isolation, grief, and disconnection from regular sources of support and stability. A particular concern during this time is for students who may be social distancing in a home, apartment, or dorm with an abusive partner or caregiver. This creates additional concerns about safety and resources while survivors are isolated from school, work, and other sources of connection and support.

Join the Advocacy Center for an online conversation about:

  • The impacts of COVID-19 on relationship violence

  • Available services on and off campus and how the Advocacy Center is supporting survivors during this time

  • Strategies to support someone you are worried about

  • Live Q&A

April 27, 12:00 - 1:00 PM EST

Consent and Pleasure

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Join LGBT Center Intern and Sex Educator Hilary Wermers for this interactive workshop exploring the intersections of consent and pleasure. We will be discussing the ways these two components of sexual health and inform and amplify one another. All participants will gain valuable knowledge and skills to apply in future relationships and sexual encounters!

Hilary Wermers is a graduate intern with the Center for LGBTQ Education, Outreach and Services. This session will be recorded and shared with her graduate chair as a component of her criteria for graduation and the recording will be destroyed immediately after her being evaluated. It will NOT be distributed in any other fashion or for any other purpose. For more information please contact  hwermers@u.rochester.edu OR lgbt@ithaca.edu

April 26, 5:00 PM EST

The “Safest” Sex

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Join Geselle Dominguez of the Center for IDEAS in discussion around the stigma and myths surrounding masturbation and sex toys, and exploring the ways self-sex talk can impact our lives.

April 28, 7:00 - 8:00 PM EST

Good Girls Don't Tell

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Join us virtually for a live viewing, Q+A, and group discussion with the mind behind the "Good Girls Don't Tell" documentary, our very own Jen Huemmer, Assistant Professor, Strategic Communications.

April 29,  6:00 - 8:00 PM EST

Faces of Prevention

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Ithaca College’s Sexual Violence Prevention Committee is collaborating with campus and community partners to highlight on-going prevention education at Ithaca College. During the 1-hour panel discussion, titled “Faces of Prevention", participants will have an opportunity to hear from various campus partners in Title IX, Public Safety, Counseling and Psychological Services, Case Management, Center for Health Promotion, and Religious and Spiritual Life.

Our primary goal is to provide an opportunity for our amazing on-campus resources and educators to connect with our students about prevention education, programs and efforts at Ithaca College.

April 30,  12:00 - 1:00 PM EST

Take Back the Night

Take Back the Night is historically a march, rally, and vigil that unites the community to support survivors and envision an end to sexual assault, domestic violence, rape, and child sexual abuse. This community event is open to anyone in the public. It creates a safe space for victims, survivors, and allies to speak out.