This year, MCC is taking an extraordinary leadership position around the country in granting institutional recognition of National Child Abuse Awareness Month, National Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and Violence Awareness Week.
There will be seven events spread across campus during the month of April supported by a variety of groups-- including the Peer Mentors, the Student Organization of Women Leaders (S.O.W.L.), the English/Philosophy Department, Transitional Studies, the A/H/P/S Department, the Creative Arts Committee, The Sixth Act, Student Services, Health Services, the Campus Center, and the AAWCC. A complete event listing is below, along with contact information for each event.
Now, we're asking you and your department, committee, office, or student organization to join us in your recognition of this important effort. We will be printing large posters uniting the different events and we'd like to display these posters around campus as a symbol of our unified front against violence. If you're interested, we'd like to deliver a set of posters to you with your department, committee, office, or student organization printed boldly across the top. Help us show our community that MCC will not tolerate violence, that we will open ourselves to victims of violence, and that we will work together towards a stronger, healthier, more empowered world.
Unify. Educate. Empower. Heal.
If you're interested in participating in this poster campaign, simply contact Maria Brandt at 292-3394 or <mailto:email@example.com> BY FRIDAY, MARCH 23, and let her know the department, committee, office, or student organization name you would like printed at the top of your poster and how many posters you would like to receive.
Together, we CAN make a difference.
Special Events at MCC:
Take Back the News College Writing Project, Sponsored by the English/Philosophy Department, Student Services, and the AAWCC. For more information contact Professor Elizabeth Johnston at 292-3383 or <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Banner for Survivors of Sexual Assault, Sponsored by the Student Organization of Women Leaders (S.O.W.L.), April 1-30. For more information Contact Lindsey Bell at <mailto:email@example.com>.
The Love of the Nightingale, Written by Timberlake Wertenbaker, Produced by The Sixth Act and Sponsored by Creative Arts, April 20, 21, 27, 28, 8 p.m., The Black Box Theater (Bldg. 4). For more information contact Professor Maria Brandt at 292-3394 or <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>.
The Clothesline Project, Sponsored by MCC's Peer Mentors, April 23-27. For more information contact Bette Bovenzi at the Campus Center.
Guest Speaker, Pete Navratil of Stand Up Guys, Sponsored by the A/H/P/S Department, April 25, 12 p.m. For more information contact Professor Bethany Gizzi at 292-3284 or <mailto:email@example.com>.
Take Back the Night, Sponsored by S.O.W.L., April 27. For more information vontact Christine Kier at "mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Speak Out Rochester! April 28, 8 a.m. - 3:30 p.m., Building 4. For more information contact Professor Maggie Watson at <mailto:email@example.com>.