Sexual Assault Awareness Month

​​​April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month at Dallas College. The Office of Student Life & Engagement has partnered with Counseling Services and Title IX to host a series of events over the month to raise awareness about sexual assault and its impact in our community.

Join the conversation as we discuss important topics including sexual violence against minority groups and how to advocate for survivors. Connect with experts and members of the community at the online resource fair for survivors and advocates. You'll even have the opportunity to engage in stress-relieving meditation sessions for self-care exercises.

Our events are free and open to the community. Please feel free to share the following events.

 

 

Dawn Schiller

Dawn Schiller is an expert survivor leader in the anti-trafficking, domestic violence and sexual assault movements. Abused and trafficked on the streets of Hollywood in her teens by the infamous porn actor, John Holmes, she survived the gruesome Wonderland Avenue murders in 1981 and ultimately turned him in to the police. Her subsequent years of struggle to survivorship, education and service offer valuable first-hand insight to community advocates. Today, she is a national speaker, educator, consultant and author.

Take Back the Night

Thursday, April 29, 2021, at 3 p.m.

 

Sexual Violence Awareness — Online Resource Fair

Providing attendees and potential victims with the resources and information they need in order to help those who have been victims of sexual violence. We will have information and collaboration with organizations that provide aid and resources for those affected.

Tuesday, April 27, 2021 at 1 p.m.

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