Fight Back on Spring Break
March 7, 2016
Topics covered in the Students Fight Back program include the following sexual assault prevention techniques for college students:
• Self-Defense including how to yell and break holds
• Definitions of Consent
• Debunking the myth of stranger danger and defining acquaintance rape
• Bystander intervention
• Clarifying the right to personal boundaries with an approach that is dynamic and includes role-playing, discussion, and problem-solving
This program is open to all students. Be sure to RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org and attend the program and you'll be entered to win a Fitbit or a Soul Cycle gift card.
When: Monday, March 7, 2016 / 1 pm (Lunch will be provided from 12:45 pm to 1:00 pm)
Where: Maxwell Hall Student Center
Bree Swartz will be leading the session.
Bree is a graduate of Purdue University, where she studied Mass Communication and Theatre, was an ambassador for the College of Liberal Arts and a Co-Captain for the Purdue Golduster Dance Team. Her self-defense training includes IMPACT Chicago, FAST Defense, adrenal stress confrontations and the Girls Fight Back Speaker Academy. She is also a Certified Victim Advocate.