Throughout April, the Flora Stone Mather Center alongside participating campus and community partners, shared a calendar of programming that supports survivors, empowers our community's safety, and addresses the impacts of sexual violence at CWRU and throughout the world.
All of the activities are part of the Mather Center’s It’s on CWRU, an ongoing sexual assault and violence prevention initiative that includes workshops, programs, resources and events designed to educate and engage students, faculty and staff regarding ways to “disrupt the culture of violence.”
Awareness, response, and prevention exist beyond April and involve a community effort to effect sustained change. Here are some ways to remain committed to a culture of respect and healing beyond Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
- Take the It’s On CWRU pledge to disrupt the culture of violence, support survivors and commit to learning more.
- Attend workshops and events hosted by the Mather Center and It’s On CWRU to learn more about initiatives and resources.
- Request an It's On CWRU workshop for your student organization or community space.
- Check out resources from campus and community organizations to learn more or access needed services.
- Review the Prevention Advocacy Clery Compliance Team (PACCT) Guidebook to stay up-to-date on survivor support services and general prevention education.
For more information, visit the Flora Stone Mather Center website.