List of Events:
Monday, March 30 - 7:30pm. Opening Reception for Silent Witness and the Clothesline in the Trout Gallery, Weiss Center. The Reception will include a candlelight ceremony with the representative display to recognize all of the victims of domestic violence, rape, and murder in Pennsylvania. The Clothesline is a similar display, but with T-shirts personally made by victims or by their survivors, and represents the Dickinson and Carlisle community. The displays will be in the Lower Level of the Trout Gallery until Thursday, April 2nd.
Tuesday, March 31 - 7:00pm. Self Defense Class, held by Public Safety officers in Memorial Hall, Old West. This Self-Defense class is open to women only in order to create a comfortable learning environment. Techniques will be taught for prevention and how to physically defend oneself from actual attacks.
Tuesday, March 31 - 8pm.
Viewing of DreamWorlds2, Dana Hall 110. DreamWorlds2 is a documentary
of how violence is incorporated into music videos and made to seem normal
and acceptable. A discussion will be held afterwards, led by Professor
of Sociology, Daniel Schubert. Note - this video has been labled
graphic and violent and is not for all audiences.
(note - these two programs will overlap)
Wednesday, April 1 - Common Hour,
12:15pm, Rubendall Recital Hall, Weiss Center. The Origins of Violence.
Presentation and Discussion led by renowned author and activist, Mab Segrest
(Race Traitor) and Anne VanDyke, a member of the Human Relations
Commission and anti-violence activist. They will be discussing why
violence exists, how it affects our politics and personal lives, and what
steps can be taken to reduce it.
Many Special Thanks go to the following departments
and people for all of their help, support and efforts:
American Studies, The Clarke Center, The Commission for the Status of Women, History, Policy Studies, Political Science, Religion, Trout Gallery, Sociology, Women's Studies, The Women's Center, Mara Donaldson, Amy Farrell, Ethel Jensen, Anne Hess Myers, Susan Rose, Daniel Schubert, Dining Services, and Student Senate.
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