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Sexual Assault Prevention Initiatives

 Sexual assault is a pressing issue on Temple's campus and many across the nation. Students often encounter a lack of information and transparency from administrations on the issue and struggle to find supportive resources. ReimagineTU, supported by our Presidential Candidate’s experience as President of Student Activist Against Sexual Assault, is devoted to bringing awareness to on-campus resources and addressing the ongoing epidemic of sexual assault and failures to address it. Ray has been involved in the field sexual violence prevention since her 8th grade year, where she began interning on Capitol Hill for the anti-teen dating violence non-profit organization Break the Cycle. She has dedicated her life to researching and creating nuanced forms of activism and training to combat sexual violence.

Orientation Module Revamp

SafeBar certifications promote safety at alcohol serving businesses. The certification educates managers and owners on strategies to identify harassment and other inappropriate behaviors. ReimagineTU plans to partner with WOAR and SAASA to get Pub Webb and Maxi's SafeBar certified. 

Breaking it down...

(Written by Gray Gill, Policy Writer)

The Philadelphia Center Against Sexual Violence (WOAR), has certified six bars in Philadelphia none of which include Maxi’s or Pubb Web, which are Temple hotspots. The certification educates how to promote a respectful, a safe environment for its patrons, and recognize the term and meaning "Angel Shot." The training also teaches staff how to recognize and safely intervene in situations of problematic and abusive behaviors.

We have created a map of current SafeBar certified establishments below:

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