We care about increasing the visibility of One Act-trained allies on campus. In that spirit, we’re excited to announce our first One Act Photo Contest! Submit pictures of how you display your One Act placard by messaging them to us on Facebook, Tweeting them at us, submitting them on Tumblr, or posting them on Instagram with #oneactcarolina in the caption! Every entry we receive before the deadline of March 8th at noon will be entered to win two $15 gift cards to Student Stores, and the first 20 entries will also receive a free gift! On your mark…get set…share!
One Act you can do is join the conversation on sexual assault. Go to “Sexual Assault: A Critical Conversation” on Wednesday at 6 in Bingham 103.
The conversation will be hosted by:
Monika Johnson-Hostler, North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault and the National Alliance to End Sexual Violence
Laurie Graham, Orange County Rape Crisis Center
Rachel Valentine, Orange County Rape Crisis Center
Terri Phoenix, UNC LGBTQ Center
Bob Pleasants, UNC Student Wellness
This conversation will include a look at trends and practices nationally, in our community, and at UNC.
Participants will also have the opportunity to discuss ideas for making UNC a safer campus and improving
services for survivors. This program is a partnership between: Carolina Womenʼs Center, UNC Wellness Services, The Department of Womenʼs and Gender Studies, UNC LGBTQ Center, The Orange County Rape Crisis Center, The North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault.
Been One Act trained and want to learn even more about how to recognize and prevent identity-based and sexual harassment? Come out to the Beyond Bullying workshop Feb. 28 from 6-8 pm in Dey 202! This workshop builds on your skills as an empowered active bystander to encourage you to recognize and intervene to prevent situations of identity-based and sexual harassment from occurring.
Go to the facebook event for more info: https://www.facebook.com/events/478890782175992/?ref=22
Did you see this letter to the editor in today’s The Daily Tar Heel from one of our peer educators in training, Katrina?
Have you been One Act trained and not sure what to do next? Do you want to get more involved? Have you heard of One Act but aren’t sure what it’s all about?
Come to an INTEREST MEETING on Thursday, January 24th at 6 pm in Union 3201.
Members of the One Act Steering Committee will be there to tell you about the different ways you can get involved, including with Public Relations, Event Planning, and Peer Education.
There will be FREE FOOD as well!