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Texas A&M Announces Events For Sexual Assault Prevention And Awareness Month

A variety of events throughout the month will offer opportunities to engage in interpersonal violence prevention efforts.
By Texas A&M University Health Promotion staff April 1, 2021

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Organizational culture and mental health are some of the topics to be covered in upcoming campus events.

Texas A&M Division of Marketing & Communications


April is Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Month and Texas A&M University Health Promotion has partnered with several campus departments and community organizations to offer prevention education and awareness programming throughout the month.

The theme this year is “Solidarity,” paying tribute to the foundations of the national prevention and awareness movement, as well as serving as a call to action.

On April 1, the Sexual Assault Resource Center (SARC), UnBound Bryan College Station, and Twin City Mission Domestic Violence Services will join Health Promotion for a live panel to introduce the history and importance of Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Month, while also engaging in an honest discussion about strengthening education, advocacy and policy to address the intersection of sexual violence with other public health issues.

Subsequently, Health Promotion will hold Community Conversations each Wednesday in April from 6-7:30 p.m.

Topics of discussion include:

  • Changing Organizational Culture
  • Men in the Movement
  • Mental Health and Resilience
  • Elevating Marginalized Voices

See the full calendar of events for a comprehensive listing of opportunities to engage.

For more information or to receive resources about interpersonal violence prevention programming, contact Denise Crisafi, health promotion coordinator in the Offices of the Dean of Student Life at 979-862-9111 or

Media contact: Lesley Henton, Texas A&M Division of Marketing & Communications,

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