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Randolph hosting Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Prevention Week events

Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Prevention Week logoRandolph College will hold several events and activities as part of its participation in Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Prevention Week from Oct. 7-11.

The schedule is listed below. For more information about these events, please contact Kayce Croy, assistant director of residence life, at kcroy@randolphcollege.edu.

Monday, October 7: Clothesline Project

5-7 p.m. in the Alcove Conference Room & Darden One Conference Room (near the Campus Store)

The Clothesline Project is a visual display that helps give witness to and raise awareness of domestic violence and each form of sexual violence. We invite survivors, friends, and allies to decorate a t-shirt to show their support for individuals who have experienced domestic violence and sexual violence.

T-shirts will be displayed in the Student Center throughout the week. Participants are welcome to keep their shirt once the display comes down on Friday, October 11.

Tuesday, October 8 to Friday, October 11: Red Flag Campaign Exhibit

All Day in the Bell Quad

The purpose of the Red Flag Campaign is to raise awareness and encourage prevention of sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, as well as stalking on college campuses.

Wednesday, October 9: See Something, Say Something: Red Flag Campaign

11 a.m.–1 p.m. in the Cheatham Dining Foyer

Stop by the table in the Cheatham Dining foyer to learn more about the Red Flag Campaign as well as write a message of support on a red flag that will be added to the exhibit located on Bell Quad.

Thursday, October 10 to Friday, October 11, 2019: Stand, Speak, & Act

All Day in Hampson Commons

Want to learn more about how you can raise awareness of and prevent domestic violence and sexual assault? What does it mean to be an advocate? Stop by the table in Hampson Commons to collect information that can be useful to answer these important questions.



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