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No Red Tape Survivors Week

No Red Tape!

Campus group No Red Tape (NRT) is hosting a Survivors Week of events, talks, and performances aimed “to raise awareness about the issues faced by survivors of sexual and dating violence both on and off campus.”

Highlights include: today (Monday’s) 8-10 pm talk with Professor Christia Mercer on justice and incarcerated survivors. The event is in Schermerhorn Extension 754.

On Tuesday 8-10 pm, there will be a screening of the V-Day performance Acces|Ability in Hamilton 603.

Friday 2-5 pm there will be a Title IX rally on Low Steps.

Check out the whole list of events on the Facebook page, and invite your friends!

Photo via NRT/Facebook 

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