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San Bernardino Campus

Bringing in the Bystander Workshop; Thursday, October 26, 2017; 12:30-1:30pm; HP-124; First come, first served. Bring your Coyote ID.

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Past Events

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  • Man2Man. March 1, 12-1:30pm, Lower Commons/Pine Room. Come and share your experiences of being male in today's world. Learn about the challenges and pressures facing men and tools we use to improve the quality of our relationships, our work, our health and our lives. Lead by Dr. Jeffrey Tan. Presented by CAPS and ASI.
  • Sexual Assault Awareness Day. April 5, 2017, Wear Teal Day. Join us for tabling outside the SMSU. Take a selfie in your teal and post. #CSUSBSAAD.
  • Consent Week Tabling. April 10-14, 11am-2pm, outside the SMSU.
  • Consent Week Netflix and Chill? April 11, 12-1:30pm, SMSU Fourplex. Presented by VOICE, discussing communication, boundaries and consent. #netflixandconsent
  • Film -- The Invisible War: Excerpts, Testimony and Discussion. April 18, 12-2pm, SMSU Theater. Film excerpts with military survivor testimonial and discussion with military panel. #coyotesgetconsent
  • Clothesline Project Workshops. April 10-14, 10am-2pm, SMSU Women's Resource Center. Design a t-shirt to support a survivor of sexual assault.
  • Clothesline Project Displays. April 17-21, SMSU Lobby and Serrano Village Quad. #coyotesrespectthepack
  • Take Back the Night. April 21, 7-9pm, SMSU Lobby. #itsonuscsusb
  • Denim Day. April 16, 10am-2pm, Pfau Library Lawn. Raise awareness of sexual assault by wearing jeans because tight jeans are not an invitation. For more information, visit Denim Day.org. #csusbdenimday
  • PDC: Thrive Health Promotion Presents: Red Flag Campaign. April 17-19, RG Lawn. This campaign encourages friends and other campus community members to say something when they see warning signs, "red flags," for sexual assault, dating violence, or stalking in a friend's relationship.
  • PDC: Clothesline Project Workshops & Display. April 24-26, RG Lawn and RG Atrium. Design a t-shirt to support a survivor of sexual assault.
  • PDC: Denim Day. April 26, RG Lawn and RG Atrium. Raise awareness of sexual assault by wearing jeans because tight jeans are not an invitation. For more information, visit Denim Day.org. Take a picture and post. #csusbdenimday #itsonuscsusb #coyotesgetconsent
  • Bringing in the Bystander Workshop. Wednesday, February 8, 12-1pm; CO-103 Eucalyptus Room. Bring your Coyote ID.
  • #SurvivorLoveLetter Speak Out Event. Monday, February 13, 12-2pm; SMSU 217-218 Fourplex.  This event is a campaign started by activist and survivor Tani Ikeda as a way to give new meaning to the anniversary date of her sexual assault. She decided to start a campaign where survivors can write love letters to themselves and others and allies can write them to survivors in general or someone they know. The goal is to flood the internet with love for survivors on February 14th. CSUSB VOICE Peers will be working with the Osher Adult Re-Entry Center to provide letter making supplies Monday-Thursday the week of February 6th-9th. Then on Monday, February 13th we will display all the letters and host an event at 12pm where we will learn how to be an ally to survivors and hear testimony from survivors. This is a "speak out", meaning anyone present who has survived domestic/dating violence, sexual assault or stalking is welcome to share their story. Feel free to prepare something or don't. Feel free to read your own letter or don't. If you want your story read but don't want to read it, email Marina.Wood@csusb.edu and she or a voice peer will read it for you. Finally, on the 14th, we will post the letters on our Facebook and Instagram using the hashtag #survivorloveletter. Bring your Coyote ID.
  • Bringing in the Bystander Workshop. Tuesday, February 14, 4-5pm; CO-103 Eucalyptus Room. Bring your Coyote ID.
  • Stalking: Know It, Name It, Stop It. Monday, January 23, 2017, 12noon-1:30pm; Location: Lower Commons, Panorama Rm. This workshop covers types of stalkers, the effects of stalking and what to do if you or someone you know is being stalked. Bring your Coyote ID.
  • Stalking: Know It, Name It, Stop It: Palm Desert CampusMonday, January 23, 2017, 2:30pm-3:30pm; Location: IW-120. This workshop covers types of stalkers, the effects of stalking and what to do if you or someone you know is being stalked. Bring your Coyote ID.
  • Human Trafficking Awareness Event. Tuesday, January 24, 2017; 12noon-2pm; SMSU Events Center. This event will focus on raising awareness about human trafficking in our local community through survivor testimony and a panel discussion. Bring your Coyote ID.
  • Bringing in the Bystander Workshop. Tuesday, November 29, 6-7pm; CO-103 Eucalyptus Room. Bring your Coyote ID.

  • Bringing in the Bystander Workshop. Thursday, November 3, 1-2pm, PDC Indian Wells 303. Bring your Coyote ID.

  • It's On Us Pledge and Photo Booth. Wednesday, November 6, 2016, 10am-2pm, SMSU Free Speech Area. Do you respect the Pack? Stop by and show us. #itsonuscsusb #coyotesrespectthepack

  • Bringing in the Bystander Workshop. Wednesday, November 9, 6-7pm; CO-103 Eucalyptus Room. Bring your Coyote ID.

  • Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention. Monday, November 14, 2016, 12noon, SMSU Events Center. This presentation is part of the "Social Justice Summit" and will focus on the warning signs, types of abuse, cycle of violence and why victims stay. Presented by VOICE, a campus student organization. Bring your Coyote ID. 
  • Bringing in the Bystander Workshop. Tuesday, November 15, Noon-1pm; CO-103 Eucalyptus Room.   Bring your Coyote ID.
  • Healthy Relationships and Consent. Wednesday, November 16, 2016, 2:30-3:30pm, Upper Commons Dining Room (Obershaw). This workshop will focus on the seven qualities of a healthy relationship and emphasiz how to negotiate Consent and how to build Trust through interactive activities and group discussion. This event will count for the annual mandatory End Sexual Violence Training. Bring your Coyote ID.
  • It's On Us Consent Tabling and Photo Booth. Thursday, November 17, 2016, 10am-2pm, SMSU Free Speech Area. Do you <3 Consent? Try your luck at identifying what is Consent. Show your support. #coyotesgetconsent
  • Bringing in the Bystander Workshop. Tuesday, November 1, 4-5pm; CO-103 Eucalyptus Room.  Bring your Coyote ID.

  • Bringing in the Bystander Workshop. Tuesday, November 1, 1-2pm, PDC Indian Wells 303.  Bring your Coyote ID.

  •  Dating/Domestic Violence and Healthy Relationships. Tuesday, October 25, 2016, Noon-1:30pm, Lower Commons CO-125. This workshop will focus on the 7 qualities of a healthy relationship, how to "fight fair," and the difference between healthy, unhealthy, and abusive relationships through interactive activities and group discussion. Bring your Coyote ID.
  • Let's Talk About SEX! Tuesday, October 25, 2016, 7-9pm, SMSU Events Center. We live in a society that uses sex to sell everything from lipstick to laptops. Yet, many people still have a difficult time talking about it. This event will provide the perfect venue for discussion and teach you how to protect your health.
  • #PutTheNailInIt. Wednesday and Thursday, October 5 and 6, 2016, 10am-2pm, outside the SMSU, west side. Sign our pledge, then polish your ring fingernail purple to show your support to help end domestic violence.

  • Dating/Domestic Violence 101. Thursday, October 6, 2016, 1-2:30pm, Lower Commons, CO-104. This presentation will focus on the warning signs, types of abuse, cycle of violence and why victims stay. Bring your Coyote ID.

  • Clothesline Project. Workshops: October 10-14, 2016. Display: October 17-21, SMSU Lobby and Office of Housing and Residential Life, Serrano Village Quad.

  • InterACT Performance Troupe. Tuesday, October 11, 2016, Noon-2pm, SMSU Events Center. A nationally renowned social justice performance troupe based out of Cal State Long Beach. The performances model assertive communication strategies and inspire social and political change, utilizing interactive discussion. Bring your Coyote ID.

  • Red Flag Campaign, by Thrive Health Promotion. Wednesday, October 26, 2016, 10am-2pm, Library Lawn. This campaign encourages friends and other campus community members to say something when they see warning signs--"red flags"--for sexual assault, dating violence or stalking in a friend's relationship.
  • Bring Your Teddy Bear To Work/School Day. Wednesday, October 12, 2016, 7:30am-4:00pm. Donate a new, unused teddy bear (or other stuffed animal) for local children affected by domestic violence. All new furry friends will be donated to kids in need through Option House Inc. and Trinity Children's Foundation. Look for Teddy Bear drop boxes across campus or bring to SMSU-103.

  • Dating Violence Video and Discussion. Tuesday, October 18, 2016, Noon-1:30pm, Lower Commons CO-125 OR 6-8pm, Village Square.This workshop will focus on the warning signs, types of abuse, cycle of violence, why victims stay, and how to support a survivor through CSUSB student and alumni survivor testimony and interactive discussion. Bring your Coyote ID.


  • "Escalation" Film and Discussion. Thursday, October 20, 2016, Noon-2pm, SMSU Fourplex. Presented by VOICE Peers, this event illuminates the warning signs of an unhealthy and potentially dangerous relationship. Repeatedly described as "eye-opening" yet "deeply recognizable," "Escalation" makes relationship abuse personal, causing participants to ask, "What can I do to change this?" Bring your Coyote ID.


  • Dating/Domestic Violence in LGBTQ+ Communities. Thursday, October 13, 2016, Noon, SMSU Fourplex 217-218 OR 6-8pm, Village Square. This presentation will focus on creating a common language, types of abuse, cycle of violence, how to support a survivor, and identifying unique barriers that LGBTQ+ survivors face. Bring your Coyote ID.

  • "It's Not Her Fault." Monday, April 25, 2016, 4-5:30pm, SMSU Events Center. Hear from Dr. John Foubert, an expert on rape prevention--what Rape Myth Culture is and how society perpetuates its existence.
  • Netflix and Chill?. Thursday, April 14, 2016,  Noon-2pm, SMSU Fourplex. This interactive workshop presented by VOICE peer educators will cover the concepts of communication, boundaries and negotiating consent.
  • Ending LBGTQ+ Sexual Violence. Thursday, March 3, 2016, Noon-1:30pm, SMSU Fourplex. This workshop will cover myths and facts about LBGTQ+ sexual violence, statistics, barriers unique to the community, definitions and a survivor testimonial.
  • Domestic Violence: Why I Stayed. Thursday, February 25, 2016, Noon-1:30pm, SMSU Events Center. Come and hear Beverly Gooden, a survivor of domestic violence, who created and introduced the hashtag #WhyIStayed that led to a global movement.
  • Healthy Relationships. Thursday, February 11, 2016, 6-7:30pm, Mojave Lobby (Housing). This workshop will cover the difference between healthy, unhealthy and abusive relationships, the seven qualities of a healthy relationship and how to "fight fair."
  • Healthy, Unhealthy or Abusive? Tuesday, February 16, 2016, 12-1:30pm, Lower Commons/Eucalyptus Room. This workshop will cover the difference between healthy, unhealthy and abusive relationships, the seven qualities of a healthy relationship and how to "fight fair.
  • Stalking on Campus, "Know It. Name It. Stop It.", Wednesday, January 27, 2016, 6-8pm, Village Square. This is an interactive presentation by V.O.I.C.E., a group of students dedicated to utilizing prevention education to reduce the number of CSUSB students impacted by interpersonal violence.
  •  Tony Porter, Speaker, November 12, 2015, 6-8 p.m., Coussoulis Arena. An important evening of powerful messages about manhood and the role of men in preventing domestic and sexual violence. Tony will also provide insight on how a man's liberation is tied to the liberation of women. Students are encouraged to attend and take advantage of this event as one of the options to fulfill the Federal and State mandatory "End Sexual Violence" Training required each academic year. Bring your Coyote ID to be scanned at the end of the event for credit. Read CSUSB News article.
  • Dating / Domestic Violence and Healthy Relationships, Thursday, October 15, 2015, 12-1:30pm, Lower Commons (CO-104).  This workshop will focus on the 7 qualities of a healthy relationship, how to "fight fair," and the difference between healty, unhealthy, and abusive relationships.
  • Dating / Violence Does Not Equal Love, Monday, October 19, 2015, 12-2pm, SMSU Events Center.  This workshop will focus on the warning signs, types of abuse, cycle of violence, why victims stay, and how to support a survivor through interactive activities and survivor testimony.
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  • Dating / Domestic Violence and the LGBTQ Community, Wednesday, October 21, 2015, 12-1:30pm, Lower Commons (CO-104).  This presentation will focus on creating a common language, types of abuse, cycle of violence, how to support a survivor, and identifying unique barriers that LGBTQ survivors face.
  • Sexual Assault: Causes and Solutions, Monday, October 26, 2015, 12-2pm, SMSU FourPlex.  Guest speaker Tammy Smith, from San Bernardino Sexual Assault Services, will present.
  • "Private Violence" Film Screening, Tuesday, October 13, 2015, 2-4pm, SMSU Theater.  This film is about two survivors of domestic violence.