RISE will be hosting events in January and February. Information about the events are listed below. There will be several Green Dot bystander intervention trainings coming up this semester. Please invite any fellow colleagues who would be interested in attending a training.
Social Media Campaign for Stalking Awareness Month. Tues, Jan. 19 – Fri, Jan 29. https://www.facebook.com/umkcrise. Like the UMKC RISE Office on Facebook to see and share our daily updates during Stalking Awareness Month. Also check us out on Instagram @umkcrise.
“YOU” Season 1 & 2 Discussion. Wed, Jan. 27, 4 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. Stalking is a serious issue that affects over 1 in 6 women and 1 in 17 men in the United States. In the show “YOU”, the main character Joe engages in many stalking behaviors to track and monitor individuals in the show by following, waiting, and watching. Join us for an in-depth discussion about the show “YOU,” the various aspects of stalking, and how to identify stalking behaviors. Register at https://bit.ly/YouDiscussion
What Do I Do?: Survivor Support & Responding to Disclosures. Wed, Feb. 3, 1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. Would you like to learn more about how to support friends or loved-ones who have experienced or been impacted by violence? This presentation will provide information about how to provide support and thoughtfully respond to disclosures of victimization. Register at https://bit.ly/339Jd4R
#RooLove Healthy Relationships Presentation. Thurs, Feb. 11, 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. Join the RISE Peer Educators to learn about the differences between what would be considered a healthy relationship and what would be considered an unhealthy relationship. Relationships of all types are addressed but identifying red flags specifically in intimate relationships is included in the program. Learn ways to address conflicts and conflict types. Register at https://bit.ly/2J7Loz2
Green Dot Jeopardy. Tues, Feb. 16, 1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Green Dots are small, intentional actions anyone can take to influence culture change on our campus. Some Green Dots are reactive – actions you can take if you witness a potentially violent situation – and some Green Dots are proactive – actions you can take at any time to educate yourself, your friends and make your commitment to ending violence clear. Come play Green Dot jeopardy! Learn about green dots, red dots, and bystander intervention strategies for a chance to win prizes from the RISE office. Co-sponsored by MSA and LGBTQIA Programs and Services. Meeting ID: 990 1342 8695; Password: greendot
If you have any questions about these events or prevention programming and trainings, please contact Maya Burtin at 816-235-5560 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.