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Minnesota State University, Mankato

Minnesota State University, Mankato
Violence Awareness & Response Program

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We're looking forward to our Sexual Assault Awareness Month events here on campus and in the wider community! 

Here are the remaining events!

Thursday, April 17 -- 4-5pm in Preska 126 -- How to Help a Friend
This event is meant for folks who may have questions about how we can help others who have been victims or are survivors of intimate partner or sexual violence. Bring your questions to this panel of experts and walk away with the tools to help your friend!


Friday, April 18 -- 1pm -3pm in Morris Hall 213 -- Violence-Free Zone
This event works in similar ways to the Safe Zone, educating the participants about issues of consent, reporting sexual violence on campus, and advocacy and activism. Registration is required, as space is limited. Please contact to reserve your spot.


Wednesday, April 23 12 Noon, Ballroom Lounge (in front of Ballroom) -- Denim Day
Join us as we make a social statement with our fashion statement as we work to break down rape myths and victim blaming by wearing jeans on this day. To learn more about the case that inspired this day of action, please visit this site.


Peer Educators Acting for Change and Equality (PEACE)


PEACE is an interactive theatre troupe that addresses issues of healthy relationships, consent, and bystander intervention. 

No acting experience necessary. Men and women are welcome! Meet students, make a difference, have fun. Practices are from 6-8pm on  Jan. 23, Feb. 6, Feb. 18, March 6, March 18, April 3, and April 15 in the Women's Center!

For more information or to sign up, contact Becca at, call the Women's Center at 507-389-6146 or stop by CSU 218.




Men Against Violence (MAVs)


Men Against Violence (MAVs) is a recognized student organization working towards eliminating violence on our campus and in our society. We have an exciting campaign planned for this year.

Become a part of the solution!

For more information, contact Laura Schultz at




Embrace allows international women to explore topics pertinent to their academic and personal lives. Embrace provides a safe space for women to connect across all cultures, identities, and experiences by providing opportunities to meet others, build friendships, have a support system and embrace diversity. Meetings will be held the every other Tuesday from 5:00-6:30 in The Women's Center.

For more information or to sign up, contact the Women's Center at 507-389-6146, stop by 218 CSU, or contact Abolaji at