Task Force on Sexual Violence. Rachel Adner(team leader), Chance Remmel, Karla Slade, & Tina Strickland. Mission.
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Rachel Adner(team leader), Chance Remmel,
Karla Slade, & Tina Strickland
The mission of the task force is to promote a strong message that “sexual violence has no place on campus.” Through collaborative leadership, communication, technology and survivor support programs, we can educate faculty, staff, students and community on how they can prevent sexual misconduct.
Step One: Education & Prevention
Step Two: Advocacy & Coping
Educational Workshops will include:
We intend to make Got Consent? A well-known campaign and want the community to be open about what giving consent really means.
What is a Myth?
What is a Fact?
An unproved or false collective belief that is used to justify a social institution
Knowledge or information based on real occurrences
Red Flag of the Week
University Police for On-Campus Emergency 911 or (910) 962-222
Counseling Center (910) 962-3746
Student Health Center (910) 962-3280
Wilmington City Police 911 or (910) 343-3600
Coastal Horizons Rape Center (910) 392-7460
Rape Victim Assistance Program (800) 826-6200
Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network (RAINN) (800) 656-HOPE
National Sexual Violence Resource Center (877) 739-3895
U.S. Department of Justice Violence Against Women Office (202) 616-8894