Contact Information below – Pick Up Logs for RSSW Hours in SS112 prior to events.
We invite all to the annual showings of The Vagina Monologues!
The award-winning play is based on V-Day Founder/playwright Eve Ensler’s interviews with more than 200 women. With humor and grace the piece celebrates women’s sexuality and strength. Through this play and the liberation of this one word, countless women throughout the world have taken control of their bodies and their lives. For more than sixteen years, The Vagina Monologues has given voice to experiences and feelings not previously exposed in public.
This year all funds raised will be going to our new Advocacy Center on Campus! Please join us either Thursday, April 30th at 9PM in LC 18 or Friday, May 1st at 5PM in LC 7 for only $5!
I would like to invite everyone to the 3rd Annual SlutWalk! SlutWalk has become a worldwide movement, working to challenge mindsets and stereotypes of victim-blaming and slut-shaming around sexual violence. We will be meeting at the SMALL FOUNTAIN at 1PM! There will be shirts, sign making and a walk around the podium to challenge slut shaming.
I hope that you all will be able to join us. I also ask that if anyone could help us in promoting it would be greatly appreciated! I have attached both flyers.
Deidre M. Dumpson | Director of Gender and Sexuality Concerns
Student Association Inc. | University at Albany
1400 Washington Avenue | Campus Center 116 | Albany, NY 12222
P: (518) 442.5640 | F: (518) 442.5641
COME TO SS112 TO PICK UP LOG TO COUNT TOWARD RSSW HOURS. THIS PROGRAM NEEDS VOLUNTEERS FROM NOW UNTIL MAY 10
Please join us for Earth Day on Saturday April 25th from 11-2. There will be three events located in Arbor Hill South End and West Hill. This year, we will be planting the seeds for a vibrant community by doing tours in each neighborhood of abandoned buildings and vacant lots owned by the Albany County Land Bank that are now available to the community to buy.
We want to hear from the community about what they would like to see these lots become and to know these buildings are now available. In addition to the tours, there will be gardening, soil testing, activities, food and a chance for a spontaneous community art exhibit that asks people to envision what a vibrant neighborhood looks like.
If anyone is interested in volunteering, please come to an info meeting at 5:45, at 20 Warren St (Capital South Campus Center.)
Please join us! For more information please contact Tom McPheeters at 433-0679 or firstname.lastname@example.org.