Supreme Stakes: Understanding Sexual Violence On Access Utah And Utah Women 20/20

Oct 9, 2018

Several raised hands of varying skin tones, with the phrase, "#Me Too" written on each of them.
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  A coalition of faculty and students at USU have come together to organize a day-long discussion of sexual violence, in order to understand the issues that informed the Kavanaugh hearings and investigation. This teach-in will happen on Tuesday, October 9 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the USU Anthropology Museum (Old Main 252) on the USU campus.

On Tuesday’s Access Utah, as a part of our UPR Original Series: Utah Women 20/20, we’ll have several of the teach-in participants in studio to discuss the issues and talk about the #MeToo movement, one year in. Our guests include Felipe Valencia, Assistant Professor of Spanish at USU, Marisela Martinez-Cola, USU Assistant Professor of Sociology, Felicia Gallegos, Outreach and Prevention Coordinator for USU's Sexual Assault and Anti-Violence Information Office, and Cana Itchuaqiyaq, PhD student in Technical Communication and Rhetoric.

 

 

We hope you’ll join the discussion as well. You can email us right now to upraccess@ gmail.com and you can call us to 1.800.826.1495 during the program, Tuesday morning from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. on Utah Public Radio.

Support for Utah Women 20/20 is provided in part by our members and:

The Utah Women’s Giving Circle, a grassroots community with everyday philanthropists raising the questions and raising the funds to empower Utah women and girls. Information available here.

And

Utah State University’s Center for Women and Gender, providing a professional and social climate to enhance opportunities through learning, discovery, and engagement. Information available here.

 

 

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