April is National Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM)!

Ending sexual violence takes culture change on all levels. VOICE believes that the small actions of individuals add up over time to create a ripple effect, and ultimately, make a huge difference in our campus community. Thank you to everyone who participated in this year's SAAM events (Take Back the Night on 4/4 and Teal Ribbon Day of Action on 4/14)! We were overwhelmed by support from all corners of campus on Teal Ribbon Day - check out this year's Facebook album here. To learn more about some ways that you can continue to impact campus culture around sexual violence, check out our SAAM Action Page

Every single member of the Georgia Tech community has a role in preventing sexual violence before it happens and creating a survivor-supportive community in the aftermath of violence. We challenge you to take steps to help #EndRapeCultureGT. What will your role be?

A campus culture can work to actively prevent or promote sexual violence (or fall somewhere in the middle in different aspects). Where do you stand? Check out this awesome graphic from Breakthrough below to learn more about how our everyday attitudes and behaviors impact campus culture, and then visit our VOICE Action Page to learn more about what you can do to make a difference at Georgia Tech!