Check out our remaining events for the 2015–2016 academic year!
April 1st, begins Sexual Assault Awareness Month when organizations across the country host events and programs to educate the public about sexual assault and provide outreach to survivors of sexual and interpersonal violence.
Although SAAM has only officially been recognized nationally since 2001, it is important for our UNH community to acknowledge that anti-rape initiatives have been on the UNH campus since 1978 when the now-SHARPP was formerly known as the Rape Task Force. Since 1978, we have undergone many transformations to become who we are today-- 6 full-time staff members, 1 AmeriCorps Victim Assistance Program advocate, 41 confidential advocates, and 47 community educators—and the 95 of us, want each and every one of you to join our growing team.
We cannot win this fight without you, and we invite you to stop into our office in Wolff House, or take a look at our website to learn more about sexual and interpersonal violence, how you can join our team to support survivors of interpersonal violence, and how you can join our team to end this public health epidemic.
Thanks to all who attended this year! Check out the photos of the event here.
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