Through her course, Yamasaki aims to reach those people, claiming that “so much of [a survivor’s] trauma lives in their body.” This inspired her to create a healing practice that speaks to and honors the “language of the body.”
As part of their fourth annual Consent Week, the Bruin Consent Coalition (BCC) set up a miniature version of the UCLA Clothesline Project in the Kerckhoff Art Gallery. The project, on display from Jan. 17-20, featured a collection of shirts decorated by survivors of sexual assault.
The Mask You Live In focuses on the culture of toxic masculinity that surrounds boys and young men in America today. The documentary explores the relationship toxic masculinity has with violence, repressed emotions, and mental health.
From Tuesday, January 17, through Friday, January 20, the Bruin Consent Coalition (BCC) is hosting UCLA’s fourth annual Consent Week. This week-long program highlights the importance of consent and informs the public about sexual and gender-based violence.
The last event of Bruin Consent Coalition’s Consent Week was the Neurobiology of Trauma, consisting of multiple presentations to help guide the healing process for survivors and friends of survivors of sexual assault.
Dealing with sexual assault and consent can be messy, sensitive, and shrouded in gray. Luckily, Bruin Consent Coalition (BCC) is here to help. On the fourth day of Consent Week, BCC presented a Know Your Rights panel to present the options available for survivors after sexual assault.
Last night, January 13th, UCLA’s CAC kicked off the new year with a showcase of spoken word co-programmed by The Word on Wednesday and Bruin Consent Coalition. This week’s topic was “Sexual Violence in LGBT+ Communities.
In the windy beginnings of Friday afternoon, UCLA students gathered at Kerckhoff Grand Salon to hear a panel on Title IX, given by survivor and activist Annie Clark, and according to her, your Title IX rights as a UCLA student are being violated.
7000 in Solidarity, a campaign against sexual assault, continued Consent Week by organizing a “Survivor Speak Out” Thursday night in the CAPS Large Conference Room on campus.
On Wednesday, the Cultural Affairs Commission, CAC, teamed up with 7000 in Solidarity to create a unique variation of their weekly creative lounge, “The Word.” The night was called “Silence and Sexual Violence,” and anyone who wanted to speak about their assault, the assault of someone they know, or speak in broad terms about oppression was invited to do so.