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Celebrating Sexual Assault Awareness Month

In recent months, we’ve seen people across the nation join together in opportunities to visibly support one another—to “show up.” Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) this April is an opportunity for all of us to do this for survivors. And BARCC has so many ways for you to show up!

BARCC will be hosting a series of events that inspire greater involvement in the movement to end sexual violence. We hope you will join us for any or all of the following events!

Community events

All events are open to the public. Visit the Walk for Change website for details on fees and to register. All other events are free of charge; RSVP online and visit links above for details and to share on social media. For questions and accommodations, please e-mail .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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Posted by Ashley Slay

Ashley Slay
As BARCC's community engagement specialist, Ashley Slay works to increase the capacity of local communities to respond to and prevent sexual violence. This includes strengthening BARCC’s relationships with community groups, organizations, and community leaders. She formerly served BARCC as a youth programs intern. Prior to working at BARCC, Ashley received a master’s degree in in macro practice social work with a certificate in human services management from the Boston University School of Social Work. In addition to her focus on systemic change, she has a strong interest in clinical social work involving youth, race, and gender. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Wesleyan University in sociology and feminist, gender, and sexuality studies; has interned with the Massachusetts Immigrant Refugee and Advocacy Coalition; and worked in schools as a City Year corps member and in residential treatment for adolescents.

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