The Clothesline Project aims to provide students with an outlet by displaying messages of strength and unity to combat domestic violence and sexual assault.
At CARE’s booth, students could write messages of support for sexual assault survivors on squares of denim.
An extension of UMD's public relation efforts won't prevent sexual assault. Only systematic reforms will.
The meeting went over topics such as how society has normalized aspects of stalking and problems on campus
The event used activities to get students talking about healthy relationships and informing them of resources for support.
Campus Advocates Respond and Educate to Stop Violence and Preventing Sexual Assault held events to bolster understanding about sexual assault throughout April.
This year, the event was held both at Hornbake Plaza and virtually through social media.
Experts say this trend isn't reassuring.
CARE to Stop Violence transformed the area into a safe escape for victims.