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Campus Community Encouraged to Wear Teal for ‘Teal Tuesday’ to Support Those Impacted by Sexual Violence
Barnes Center at The Arch Health Promotion encourages members of the campus community to wear teal on Tuesday, April 5—Teal Tuesday—in solidarity with individuals who have been impacted by sexual violence. April is also Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
To show support, campus community members can help raise awareness in the following ways:
- Share that you are wearing teal with the hashtag #SUGoesTeal (and tag @BeWellSU on Instagram or Facebook).
- Take a picture in front of the Hall of Languages, Hendricks Chapel or the stadium. All will be lit in teal for the month of April.
- Visit the Clothesline Project set up in the Barnes Recreation lobby from April 4-10. The Clothesline Project is a visual display of shirts created by individuals impacted by sexual violence, relationship violence, stalking or other forms of interpersonal violence—allowing them to share their experiences with others in our campus community.
- Sign up for the Sexual and Relationship Violence Student Education and Prevention Team (SEPT) listserv to receive email announcements and updates about sexual and relationship violence initiatives on campus.
For University information about support services, reporting options, educational opportunities and policies, visit the University’s Sexual and Relationship Violence Resources website.