Add Your Voice
If you care about violence, about sexual assault, dating violence, stalking, child abuse and domestic violence, we invite you to get creative and add your voice to the University of Idaho community. We believe in the power of the individual to create culture change, and it's so important for survivors to know that we are a campus that cares about survivors and about creating safe spaces for survivors to talk about and express feelings about their experiences.
Submit a YouTube video, poem, song, art piece or Post Secret card to Virginia Solan, Coordinator of Violence Prevention Programs. We will post it in this space, on our Facebook page and use your work for future events that feature student, staff and faculty voices.
Post Secret & Sexual Assault
A team of students from one of Professor Ryanne Pilgeram's sociology classes worked with the Violence Prevention Programs and the Women's Center to create this presentation of Post Secret cards that we then photographed around campus.
Warning: Some of the content of this presentation can be triggering for survivors.
You can view the power point
with all the slides and music. If you submit a card, we'll add it to this evolving project.
We are students, staff and faculty members who also he Speaker's Bureau is a team of survivors of Interpersonal Violence. We are a resource for students, student and general media, faculty and staff. Our immediate goal is to remove the stigma from survivors and discussions surrounding sexual assault, child abuse, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking to create empathy and inspire individual and collective action in addressing the causes underlying person-to-person violence. Check out our web page for more information.
Join our Blog team
We're creating a Blog exploring topics of Interpersonal Violence featuring students' writing exclusively. Email Virginia Solan
or call (208)885-0688.
If you have an idea for a creative project, let us know and we'll work with you. If you have a scholarly project that relates to Interpersonal Violence, from a blog or radio broadcast to a research paper, contact Virginia Solan
to explore ways to get more exposure on campus among students for your work.