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Transcript: VALERIE GONZALEZ --------- ------------ A FEW THINGS: Please be sure to thank Valerie Gonzalez for her efforts on Project DATE Remember, if you want to see a society in which people Volunteer their personal time for social good Push themselves to accomplish things that may be hard for them (e.g., public speaking) Address difficult topics to open social discussions Reinforce the behaviors you want to see Too often we fall in the trap of noticing or attending to things we don’t want to see in our society Let her know what you learned, how it was helpful, or the time she invested to inform you --------------- PROJECT D.A.T.E Teamwork: If you have not, download study guide Work with each other by: State a result and see if other members of your team can identify if it’s behavior or a result State a behavior and do the same as above Make a few “because” statements and see if members of team can identify when it is circular thinking or the cause-effect is observable and objective Developing multiple choice questions for each other You learn from Developing questions you think the teacher would ask Answering questions and having to test your knowledge (you only know something if you can in fact answer it correctly) --------------- -------- --------- --------- --------------- WHO WE ARE Discovering Alternatives for Today's Encounter's Rape and sexual assault awareness and prevention program at CSUN Presentations and tabling Sponsored by University Counseling Services and Strength United Comprised of specially trained students Deconstruct the negative forces that re-victimize survivors of sexual violence There is sensitive topics discussed, feel free to step out if needed. We just ask that you come back (With permisson from professor) Lets all be respectful, listen, take turns Be open to the information- Knowledge is power Classroom rules Definitions Sexual Assault – engaging or attempting to engage in any unwanted sexual contact Rape – The FBI defines rape as "penetration, no matter how slight, of the vagina or anus with any body part or object, or oral penetration by a sex organ of another person, without the consent of the victim."-not inclusive to just males Acquaintance Rape – same as rape but the perpetrator is someone you know. Date Rape – This is a specific kind of acquaintance rape where the rape occurs in a social situation (party, date, group get-together)-social overtones Before we get started... Let's go over some definitions During our presentation, we want to clarify that when we use the term “sexual assault” we are referring to being violated sexually. When we use the term “rape” we are specifically referring to forced intercourse or penetration. Consent 1. Take out a piece of paper 2. Do not write your name (its anonymous) 3. Do write : a. How would/have you asked for consent b. How someone would/has asked you for consent ACTIVITY Consent What is active consent? How to lose consent? In California, there are 4 ways that you are able to lose consent: 1. Intimidation/Fear – if you are afraid, how can you actively want to agree, or disagree to do something? 2. Force/Threat – If you are being forced then it isn’t really your free choice, is it? 3. Alcohol & Drugs – When a person is intoxicated, they are no longer able to give consent. According to Strength United, 75% of acquaintance rapes happen when one or both people are intoxicated. 4. Unconscious – If you are asleep, passed out, or unconscious, how can you say “yes”? Be Consensual What is active consent? How to lose consent? Stats Statistics Women Men LGBTQ+ Nearly 1 out of every 5 American women, has been the victim of an attempted or completed rape in her lifetime (14.8% completed rape; 2.8% attempted rape). (CALCASA) 22 million women have been victims of attempted or completed rape (NISVS) 9 of every 10 rape victims are female (2013 study). Nearly 1 in 2 women have experienced sexual violence other than rape at some point in their lives. This equates to more than 53 million women in the U.S. (NISVS) About 3% of American men — or 1 in 33 — have experienced an attempted or completed rape in their lifetime. According to a study done in 2013, 1 in every 10 rape victims were male. As of 1998, 2.78 million men in the U.S. have been victims of sexual assault or rape. People who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and/or Transgender (LGBT) are extremely vulnerable to sexual assault. 13.2% of bisexual men and 11.6% of gay men were raped in adulthood, compared to 1.6% of heterosexual men. 46% of bisexual women and 13% of lesbians have been raped, compared to 17% of heterosexual women. More than 25% of transgender individuals were sexually assaulted after the age of 13. 64% of transgender individuals have experienced sexual assault in their lifetime. Research suggests that almost 1/3 of all rape victims have at least one period of Major Depressive Disorder during their lives Studies estimate that 1/3 of individuals who are raped contemplate suicide, and 17% of

Easter: 30 Min

Transcript: Question: How was YOUR Easter? Hiding eggs was always a fun thing to do as a child! Surveys show that: -70% of people who celebrate Easter have Ham at dinner time. -20% of people who celebrate Easter have Lamb -10% of people who celebrate Easter Order Out! The Holiday Easter,is one of the most important holidays celebrated by the Christian Church. Easter is celebrating the resurrection of Jesus. The Easter Egg Did You Know?! Easter isn't just known for their Candy, it is also known for the HAM! The tallest chocolate Easter egg ever was made in Italy in 2011!It was taller than a giraffe and heavier than an elephant! The Easter Bunny comes to homes to hide eggs and leave them with Easter Baskets filled with little treats and toys. Aside from Halloween, Easter has the second most candy sold in stores. The top sellers are jelly beans, peeps, and chocolate bunnies! Americans spend $1.9 billion on Easter candy. That’s the second biggest candy holiday after Halloween. Question The Easter Bunny Easter! Question: What would you hide in your Easter Eggs? 76% of Americans think the ears of a chocolate bunny should be the first to be eaten. FUN FACT: The name "Easter Bunny" did not start until the early 1900's! What is Easter? Easter Food! In the old days pretzels were associated with Easter because the twists of the pretzel were thought to resemble arms crossing in prayer. Some people will fill the eggs with: Candy( Reese's, Chocolate, Jelly Beans) Money Coins Little Toys Funny Easter Facts! What Easter candy is YOUR favorite? What kind of candy would you leave out for your children? Question: What Food would you eat on Easter? Did you ever make Easter Dinner yourself?

30-min presentation(academic culture)

Transcript: Grateful dead Truckin' Communicate with their children deal with their psychological problems lead them to right direction relationship employment financial pressure depression .............. grower students-drug dealers Canada North-eastern big cities UVM resources Solutions & Suggestions living health responsibility right choice bad for soceity universities can utilize authorities to control drug use problems on campus. reliable policies warning punishments Drug use in UVM effect academic performance Authority Drug problems in college proper amount References Turn on Tune in Drop out Positive Effects health problem The center for Health & Well-being Education Treatment Authority Cut off the sources Families & Friends It was reconizing by the US Congress in 1997 as a national treasure. Families &Friends Medications therapies Behavioral therapies their combinations giving your more energy Culture background 1960 culture movement #21 top party school Distributing and selling Scoop, S. (2015, July 18). What's toothless smoking. website: right occasions Education Lyrics Sometimes the light's all shinin' on me, Other times I can barely see. Lately it occurs to me what a long, strange trip it's been. What in the world ever became of sweet Jane? She lost her sparkle, you know she isn't the same Livin' on reds, vitamin C, and cocaine, All a friend can say is "Ain't it a shame?" ⁄ Culture background Suggestions and solutions Positive and nagetive effects Where can students get drugs Introduction Ken Kesey Writer One Flew over the cuckoo's nest Counter culture figure Drug detox on campus Illicit drugs in UVM Consider Carefully Long-term effects How does it impact to UVM? lifting your mood growing and manufacturing Negative effects Possessing or using illegal substance be able to afford bringing you inspirations

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