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Enough is Enough Campaign

MCC is once again participating in the National Enough is Enough Campaign.  This is a week long campaign to stem societal violence.  This concept came out of NASPA’s keynote address by the Vice President of Virginia Tech in the wake of the recent shooting.  The campaign’s goal is to provide model strategies for broad-based interventions addressing youth violence on the nation's campuses through innovative partnerships between students, parents, and administrators.  If you would like to know more about the Enough is Enough Campaign, please visit

Attached you will find the schedule of events starting today, Monday, April 25th – Friday, April 29th.  Some of the highlights for Monday, April 25 include:
  • 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.  Brick Wall of Violence, Main Dining/Terrace – Take a moment to tell your story of how you or someone you know has been effected by violence.
  • 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.  Kick Off Event and Free Giveaways, Main Dining/Terrace – Check out WMCC The FUSE, Public Safety, and the Friend’s of Rachel’s Club while learning all about what the Enough is Enough Campaign has planned for the week.  There may be a surprise or two.  You do not want to miss this!
  • 5:30 – 6:45 p.m. Concert Rally, Res Hall PAT Quad – Come see students perform as MCC rallies Against Violence.  When the concert is over, follow the crowd down the balloon path that commemorates victims of violence.
  • 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. Keynote: Students Fight Back, Erin Weed, CEO of Fight Back Productions, Monroe A & B - Campus violence is not just a woman’s issue and men aren’t always the perpetrators. Crime and violence is a campus concern, with a campus solution. Students Fight Back is for male and female college students, in an attempt to bring the campus together as a community to end violence at America’s universities. Get ready to laugh, learn, feel empowered and become your own bodyguard.

    All activities are free and open to the MCC Campus Community.

Rebecca Herzog, Program Coordinator
Office of Student Life and Leadership Development

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