#SarahEverard Walk and Talk

Have you ever been afraid to walk alone at night? This is the case for far too many women. Sexual harassment and violence against women are more common than they should be in 2021. It has been over 3 years since the #MeToo movement became popular in social media, but there are times it feels like very little progress has been made, especially in light of recent events. Join us as we discuss the issues surrounding the Sarah Everard murder, and the ensuing reactions around curfews, "not all men," and women's fear of violence. Elyse Nepa, Clery Act and crime prevention coordinator, will lead an introduction to the topic, and then we will walk and talk about these issues in small groups from Campus Center and into the Natural Lands. This in-person event will create a space for students to share their thoughts on the topic and it will bring forward much-needed conversations about protecting women in a society where they are blamed for the violence against them.

Monday, March 29, 2021 at 6:00pm to 7:00pm

Quad between Campus Center and Fitness Center

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