Sexual Assault Awareness Month 2017
The Attorney General’s Sexual Assault Task Force (link is external) (AGSATF) and the Oregon Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence (OCADSV) invite you to join us in observing Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) throughout Oregon this April. Our theme, use your voice – change the culture, is inspired by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center’s 2017 campaign, Engaging New Voices.
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Pinwheel Gardens: In honor of Clatsop County's Children
|Sat 4/1/2017 (All day) to Sun 4/30/2017 (All day)||[field_org_additional] The Harbor|
Denim Day Hosted by Illuminate
|Wed 4/26/2017 - 9:00am to 3:00pm||[field_org_additional] Portland State University|
Astoria Library Lecture: Breaking Silence, Shifting Culture: We can stop abuse!
|Wed 4/26/2017 - 6:00pm||[field_org_additional] The Harbor|
Brother2Brother & The Color of Now
|Fri 4/28/2017 - 6:30pm to 8:30pm||[field_org_additional] Portland Community College Southeast - Women's Resource Center|
4th Annual Walk - Walk a Mile In Her Shoes
|Sat 4/29/2017 - 9:00am to 12:00pm||[field_org_additional] Domestic Violence Services Inc.|
Please download and use the tools and information on this page to assist your organization in planning, publicizing, and implementing SAAM 2017 activities.
- Posters in four languages
- Governor’s proclamation (coming soon)
- Social media toolkit (NSVRC) and social media imagery in four languages (created by the amazing Kat Enyeart (link is external))
- Brochure on immigrant survivors’ rights (VRLC) – English (Spanish translation pending)
- Talking points: a guiding document (SATF)
- Handout: “substance use and sexual violence talking points” (SATF)
- Handout: “use your voice – change the culture: 5 ways to end sexual violence and promote healthy relationships” (OCADSV)
- Handout: “economic burden of rape” (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
- Handout: “rape as a men’s issue” (Men Can Stop Rape)