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Sexual Violence Prevention and Education: BRAVE PROJECT 

The Women's Resource Center is now offering a comprehensive/intensive certificate training program on sexual violence called, The Brave Project. We want to envision a campus community that is free from violence. Anyone (faculty, students, and staff) in the SDSU community is invited to participate.  

Space is limited- Register here!

Please note, that to complete the certificate program, you must attend sessions 1-4 in their entirety. Each session is offered twice- pick the dates that work for you! Details on each session, their dates, and times are listed below. 

The Women's Resource Center is able to offer this training free of charge participants, but there are significant costs in time, energy, and resources devoted to facilitating the Brave Project. Please respect these investments by making a firm commitment to attend and complete the program when you register. 

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact: Jessica Nare, Women's Resource Center Coordinator: 

jlnare@sdsu.edu or (619) 594-2301.

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Workshops and Programs Available Upon Request:  

Power: Personal Sexual Politics (60 mins) 

This workshops explores some of the difficulties of navigating dating and exploring sexuality— while trying to keep to your principles. Feminism is like a lot of ideologies; sometimes inconvenient and hard to live up to. In a culture loaded with with slut-shaming, heteronormativity, expectations around orgasm, the centering of cis male desire, how do you navigate intimacy (now or in the future)?  Discuss with us and learn how can you explore, understand, and express your desire 

Drunk in Love (60 minutes)

Ready to develop a meaningful connection with a partner or partners? This workshop offers a crash course on setting your relationship up for success. We will share strategies that can be used in your partnership to increase communication and trust. Bring a partner with you or come solo! This is a great conversation for folks currently in a relationship or for students looking to connect romantically with others. 

*Please contact wrc@mail.sdsu.edu to schedule a workshop for your org, class, or department

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If you or someone you know needs to talk to about an issue related to sexual violence, the Sexual Assault Victim Advocate and staff from Counseling and Psychological Services are confidential resources. Any details relating to an incident of sexual violence will not be reported to the university without your consent.

Sexual Assault Victim Advocate:
(858) 272-5777

Counseling and Psychological Services: http://studentaffairs.sdsu.edu/cps/

Title IX Office: 
(619) 594-3609 

Comprehensive information about sexual violence and resources available at SDSU (including information about police, medical, and Title IX) are available at: Let’s Talk http://sdsutalks.sdsu.edu

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For more information contact:
Women's Resource Center
5121 Campanile Drive (Next to the Pride Center on the corner of Lindo Paseo and Campanile)
wrc@mail.sdsu.edu  |  (619) 594-2304

If you are interested in more information about the WRC or want to be added to our email list, please be in touch with Jessica Nare, WRC Coordinator, or stop by our new location!