I CARE Partners with Native American Cultural Center for Events
The first event, hosted in the Native American Cultural Center from 4-6 p.m., will include a craft activity, talking circle and meal. Attendees are encouraged to share their concerns regarding sexual assault.
After the talking circle, I CARE will host a screening of the movie “Wind River,” in the Muenster University Center Ballroom. Following the screening, there will be a panel discussion including Elise Boxer from the Native Studies program, Marisa Cummings of I CARE and Rebecca Balog from the organization, Native Love.
Students can also support the social media campaign, “Native Love is…” by finishing the sentence and posting a photo to instagram throughout the day.
I CARE is a federal grant received by USD. I CARE is committed to preventing and responding to sexual assault at USD through programming and advocacy.
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