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Image: Cover of Sexual Assault Awareness Month Education Toolkit for UC Davis Staff and Faculty

Important new resource

This new publication is from the Center for Advocacy, Resources and Education, or CARE, which developed the toolkit to engage staff and faculty during this special month dedicated to sexual assault awareness and prevention efforts. This month’s calendar includes a number of related events, including Take Back the Night, April 10, and Denim Day, April 24 (and a Denim Day information session for staff, April 17). [ More… ]

  • The toolkit is available only as a PDF; see the story for link for free download.


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