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The Accused & The Clothesline Project

Bring your bag lunch and join us in the

Little Theater

For a movie at lunchtime

“The Accused”

Academy acclaimed suspense based on true story.

On your way, view shirts created by GCU students for the Clothesline Project.

The Clothesline Project is a visual public display of shirts hung on a clothesline. Each shirt is decorated to represent a particular woman’s experience of violence by the survivor herself or by someone who cares about her.

Location:  A & S Foyer and Breezeway

       Date:  October 21, 2011, Friday

      Time: 12:30 pm, Free

                            

For additional information, contact the GCU Counseling or the Prevention Coordinator at St.Francis Counseling Service 609-494-1554. If you are a survivor and need services, please call our confidential hotline at 609-494-1090 and 732-370-4010.

In Her Shoes

In Her Shoes

Domestic Violence Awareness

Wednesday, Oct. 19 at 10am

Located in the Ballroom

 

A revolutionary community education tool, In Her Shoes is designed for learning about domestic violence. Participants move, do, think and experience the lives of battered women.  Students pick through cards, each containing details of the characters’ personal and private lives. Once the selections are made, the stories unfold to reveal the trials and tribulations caused by the students’ decisions in various situations.

All students, faculty, and staff are welcome to attend this informational and moving event.  RSVP is required no later than 10/14 to Stephanie DiZenzo, Counseling Center Graduate Assistant by phone at (732)-987-2680 or email at DiZe7453@georgian.edu.