At colleges and universities serving working class students and students of color, providers should consider class and culture differences when creating and implementing programs and events. Leslie Simon of Project SURVIVE at City College of San Francisco, Laurene Dominguez of The SAFE Place at San Francisco State Univeristy and Alicia Maldonaldo of San Francisco Women Against Rape discuss how analyses of class, race and other social oppressions embedded in services, programs and events can strengthen campus prevention efforts.
This workshop was part of the Prevention Track at the 2015 National Sexual Assault Conference that was held September 2 – 4 in Los Angeles, CA. View the conference materials including workshop handouts and slides here. The Prevention track was sponsored by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center.