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Our purpose is to provide a safe and affirming space for the students we serve at Colorado State University, while supporting systemic change to end all forms of oppression within our community.
 
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      The WGAC is hiring for Fall 2015!! 

      Want to make a difference? Want to build skills? Check out the application to work for us!

      Click on the slide and it will take you there.

       

      For more information, email Angelica.Murray@colostate.edu

       

       

    • Men in the Movement

      Men in Movement

      Men in the Movement is a group of CSU male-identified students who believe that ending gender violence is going to involve everyone! We know that most men do not commit gender violence but rarely do we as men actively speak against it. We need to start asking more from ourselves and more from our fellow men if we want to create a community where everyone can feel safe and welcome.

       

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  • Consent Turns Me On

    CTMO

    CTMO (Consent Turns Me On) is a campus-wide campaign that raises awareness about the importance of asking for consent in all sexual relationships. So…. How do YOU ask for consent? ​

    • Victim Assistance Team

      Finals week can be a stressful time for all students including survivors of interpersonal violence. If you or someone you love has experienced violence, it’s not uncommon to have heightened emotions during times of stress. Stop by our workshop to learn strategies for managing triggers during finals week. This FREE workshop is open to the public and folks of all genders. If you can’t make this session advocates will be available in our office throughout finals week to help you manage triggers.

       

       

    • WGAC's New YouTube Channel

      Check out the rest of the Ram Orientation 2014 Understanding Consent presentation here: http://bit.ly/1t7xAo0

      Enjoy!
       

    • Relationship Violence Awareness

      Almost a third of college students have been in an abusive relationship. And 57% of college students say it’s difficult to identify. That’s because we often imagine abuse as extreme physical instances occurring primarily in marriage relationships. Check out our very own Red Whistle Brigade as they spread awareness about relationship violence.

      See more videos and find more information
      Source: http://www.teendvmonth.org/research

  • Relationship Violence Awareness