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SAAM Calendar of Events
All events are FREE to the public unless otherwise indicated.
  • Know Your Rights: Bystander Intervention Workshop - Thursday, March 5th from 5-6:30 pm at Vilas Hall-Hemsley Theatre.
      Learn the science of bystander intervention. Gain useful skills for recognizing and interrupting harmful behaviors and attitudes that contribute to a culture of sexual violence. Sponsored by EVOC and University Theatre.

  • The Mask You Live In screening - Wednesday, March 11th at 6:00 pm at Gordon Commons-Overture Room.
      Is American masculinity harming our boys, men, and society at large? From the makers of "Miss Representation" comes a film on the exploration of male masculinity that aims to challenge the harmful current social norms about masculinity. Sponsored by Diversity Squad (UW Madison).

  • Know Your Rights: Healthy Relationships - Thursday, March 12th at 6:00 pm at Red Gym-On Wisconsin Room.
      As part of the EVOC Know Your Rights series, Sex Out Loud presents their Healthy Relationships workshop. Learn about your relationship rights, different kinds of healthy relationships, consent, and signs of dating violence. This interactive workshop includes fun activities and group-led discussions. Sponsored by Red Gym-On Wisconsin Room.

  • The Mask You Live In screening - Thursday, March 19th at 6:00 pm at Dejope Hall-Lake Mendota Room.
      Is American masculinity harming our boys, men, and society at large? From the makers of Miss Representation comes a film on the exploration of male masculinity that aims to challenge the harmful current social norms about masculinity. Sponsored by Diversity Squad (UW Madison).

  • Laci Green: Taking Down Rape Culture - Friday, March 20th from 7-8:30 pm at Gordon Commons-Sonata Room.
      In this program, we take an in-depth look at our culture's attitudes and responses to sexual violence. Using pop culture examples, videos, and discussion questions, this program illuminates the problem and helps bring it to a halt. Sponsored by PAVE, Campus Women's Center, and WUD.

  • It Happened Here screening and panel discussion - Wednesday, March 25th from 7-9 pm at Union South-Marquee Theatre.

  • International Black Woman Heal Day Rally - Wednesday, April 1st from 4:30-6:30 pm at Capitol Rotunda.
      The goals of the day are to increase awareness, improve prevention efforts, and inspire survivors to go on a personal healing journey. Although this started as a national movement, the Healing Collective has gained partners from Black women in Honduras, the UK, Nigeria, and Jamaica. Sponsored by Lilada's Livingroom.

  • CommuniTea Discussion: Institutions of Power and Sexual Assault - Thursday, April 2nd at 6:00 pm at Campus Women's Center (4th floor of SAC).
      Sponsored by the Campus Women's Center.

  • Feminist Campaign: Envisioning a Healthier Sexual Culture - Wednesday, April 8th at 6:00 pm at Campus Women's Center (4th floor of SAC).
      Sponsored by the Campus Women's Center.

  • The Art of Awareness - Creative Revolution Rising - April 8th thru April 23rd.
      Book your creative revolution party between April 8th and April 23rd. Invite at least ten friends to your home and make your statements Against Sexual Violence in a creative, safe, and supporting environment. Materials included; $20 per person, minimum 10 people. Sponsored by UNIDOS.

  • Poetry Night - Thursday, April 9 from 6-8 pm at Cargo Coffee (750 E. Washington Ave, Madison).
      Bilingual open mic night. Sponsored by UNIDOS.

  • WCSU Cultural Showcase - Thursday, April 9 from 7-9 pm at Memorial Union-Great Hall.
      Join us this year for a night of culture, free food, music, and more. Join us for fun, free stuff, and an opportunity to meet new people and get involved with WCSU! Sponsored by Working Class Student Union.

  • The Mask You Live In screening - Tuesday, March 14th from 7-9 pm at Union South-Marquee Theatre.
      Is American masculinity harming our boys, men, and society at large? From the makers of "Miss Representation" comes a film on the exploration of male masculinity that aims to challenge the harmful current social norms about masculinity. Sponsored by PAVE UW.

  • Black Lives Matter Series: Beth Richie - Thursday, April 16th from 7-8:30 pm at UW Elvehjem-Room L160.
      Talk by Beth Richie, Director of Institute for Research on Race and Public Policy. Sponsored by Young Gifted and Black, Comparative US Studies, and Haven's Center.

  • Sex Out Loud Annual Sexual Health Fest - Friday, April 17th from 10:30am-2:30pm at East Campus Mall.
      The fest will provide safer sex information and products. Information will be available on sexual violence, healthy relationships, sexually transmitted infections, effects of drug and alcohol use on decision-making and sexual pleasure. Sponsored by Sex Out Loud.

  • Walk a Mile in Her Shoes - Friday, April 24th from 2-4 pm at Red Gym-First Floor.
      Registration & Start point: 1st floor, Red Gym. Contact david.j.zeitlin@gmail.com for more information.

  • Empowerment Through Movement and Song - Friday, April 24th from 4-6 pm at Hancock Center (16 N. Hancock St).
      Join us for an experiential workshop based on the theme song, "Break the Chain" of the One Billion Rising world-wide movement to rise and end abuses of all kinds. Learn the flash mob dance created specifically for One Billion Rising and explore your own personal connection to its powerful themes through dance/movement therapy approaches. RSVP to info@hancockcenter.net or 251-0908. Facilitated by Ann Wingate, dance/movement therapist of Hancock Center and Dianne Brakarsh of Moving from Within, local community organizer for One Billion Rising flash mob dances, both of Madison.

  • Vagina Monologues - Saturday, April 25th at a time and location to be determined.
  • The Realities of Impaired Capacity: Alcohol's Role in Sexual Assault on Campus by Dr. Antonia Abbey - Thursday, April 30 from 6-7:30 pm at a location to be determined.
      More info coming soon. Sponsored by EVOC.

  • The Realities of Impaired Capacity: Alcohol's Role in Sexual Assault on Campus by Dr. Antonia Abbey - Friday, May 1 from 3-5 pm at a location to be determined.
      More info coming soon. Sponsored by EVOC.