Movement for Violence Prevention Events

Events, Workshops, Projects and Training Opportunities

Join us in the movement to prevent violence. Attend an event or participate in an awareness activity. Events are planned by members of the ASU and local community and are open to current ASU students, faculty, and staff unless otherwise stated. Want to help plan an event? Complete the volunteer form

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ASU 2020 Sexual Assault Awareness Month Virtual Events


Community Conversation: Sexual & Relationship Violence Prevention

Date: April 3, 12 – 1:30 p.m.
Participate in an engaging conversation with your fellow students around on how to contribute to the prevention of sexual and relationship violence within our communities. All levels of knowledge are welcome and encouraged to participate!

Consent and Beyond

Location: Sun Devil MVP Facebook, Instagram and Twitter 
Date: April 10
Join the Sun Devil Movement for Violence Prevention, alongside a number of organizations that are a part of the movement to prevent violence, for this awareness day celebration! Follow the Sun Devil MVP Instagram page for the opportunity to raise awareness around violence prevention by engaging in a variety of virtual educational and interactive activities. 

Critical Conversations in Sexual Violence: Exploring Prevention, Response, and Support in Hispanic and Latinx Communities

Date: April 16, 5-7 p.m.
Students who identify as Latinx, Hispanic, undocumented, and/or are DACA recipients may experience additional barriers when it comes to seeking support following experiences of sexual and relationship violence. Join us for a panel and discussion as we explore the resources available to help us catalyze our communities to not only prevent violence, but to support victims and survivors.

Denim Day: Continuing the Conversation

Date: April 17, 12 - 1:30 p.m.
Every year ASU participates in a national event called “Denim Day,” which aims to raise awareness about victim blaming and supporting survivors of sexual violence. Now you can come learn the history behind Denim Day and why conversations about victim blaming and rape myths are more important than ever. The Sexual and Relationship Violence Prevention Program will explore ways to create change within the classroom, in student organizations, and all environments in which sexual violence manifests.

Countdown to Denim Day

Location: Sun Devil MVP Facebook, Instagram and Twitter
Dates: April 22 - 29
Join us as we countdown to Denim Day, an international day of survivor support. Founded in the 1990's after a woman was blamed for her assault because of her tight jeans, this event has been hosted annually to stand up against victim blaming. Join us via social media on our Sun Devil MVP pages as we countdown to denim day and wear denim on April 29 to show your support.

Self-Care, Coloring Books & Healthy Relationships

Date: April 30 , 5 – 6 p.m.
In need of some self-care? Come check out these amazing coloring books that our grant recipients have created to encourage students to reevaluate the health and boundaries of their own relationships.