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Men of Merit

The KU Men of Merit Poster recognizes the KU men who redefine masculinity by challenging norms, taking action, and leading by example while making outstanding achievements and contributions to KU and/or the Lawrence community. Click on the images below to view previous posters. Want to nominate a man of merit? Fill out the 2014-2015 Men of Merit Application. Applications are due November 3rd.


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Sexual Assault Awareness Month is almost here! Mark your calendar for this event with GaDuGi SafeCenter to kick it off!
SAAM 2015: Survivor Self-Care
As part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month 2015, GaDuGi SafeCenter is hosting this Survivor Self-Care workshop. You will learn helpful self-care and self-soothing skills and come away with practical tools to promote healing and well-being. Survivor Self-Care is free, confidential, and available to people of all genders affected by sexual assault (which includes rape, childhood sexual abuse, incest, sexual harassment, intimate partner sexual violence, online sexual violence, sex trafficking, etc). Survivor Self-Care will be located at the Lawrence Public Library in the Auditorium. For more information or to request an accommodation, please contact rachel@gadugisafecenter.org or call 785-843-8985.

RT @suaevents : Bridegroom, a documentary about Shane Crone's fight for justice, is showing for FREE in The Commons. http://t.co/oHz5lC2FeO

Did You Know..
  • Only 26% of all Distinguished Professors at KU are women
  • Of the 165 members of the Kansas legislature only 39 are women, the lowest since 1988
  • Only 2 of the 14 Kansas Court of Appeals Judges are women
  • 30% of single mothers in Kansas live below the poverty level

Concerned by what you now know? Get involved today!

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