Calendar of Events: Spring Term

Social and Cultural Documentaries Focused on Gender

  • When: certain Mondays 11:30am-12:50pm (specific dates below)
    • Russian movie April 13th
    • Japanese movie April 27th
    • French movie May 4th
    • Spanish movie May 18th
  • Where: Fir room (off the cafeteria)

We are happy to announce that Women's Resource Center and International and Immigrant Women's club sponsored showing of social and cultural documentaries focused on gender. All documentaries will be in their native language with English subtitles. Documentaries are from 30 min to 1 hour long. After each movie there will be a discussion (not mandatory). It is free and refreshments are provided.

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month!

Clothesline Project!

  • When: April 14, 12pm-2pm, April 15, 12pm-2pm
  • Where: In the back of the cafeteria near the WRC CC268

We invite you to create your own (free) t-shirt at our annual Clothesline Project! The Clothesline Project is a visual display of shirts with graphic messages and illustrations that have been designed by survivors of sexual, domestic, and/or gender-based violence. The purpose of this project is to increase awareness about the impact of violence, to celebrate the strength of survivors, and to break the silence that often surrounds a survivors experience. By attending this event, you will have the opportunity to create your own t-shirt to represent your personal experience with sexual assault and/or domestic violence; t-shirts can also be made in honor of a loved one. The tshirts will then be displayed in the hallway between the CC building and the PAC. This project may bring up a variety of emotions; we will have a counselor attend both of our event dates in order to provide staff and students with emotional support.

S.A.F.E. Survey Project Display

  • When: April 21, 22 and 23rd
  • Where: In the Lower CC Mall

Come learn about the survey S.A.F.E. conducted regarding PCC students’ knowledge of sexual assault myths and facts.

Take Back the Night (TBTN) in coalition with Portland State University

  • When: Thursday April 23rd 2015 5:30 - 9:15 pm
  • Where: PSU’s Native American Student and Community Center 710 SW Jackson St

PCC Sylvania TBTN general interest meeting! Tuesday April 21st @ 1 pm Sylvania WRC cc268

If interested in going to TBTN with a PCC group please meet at Sylvania WRC @ 4:30. PCC orange line shuttle runs to event: 5:05 and returns: 9:20 pm

2015 focus: Ending Violence against queer and Trans Communities

What is Title 9?

  • WHEN: Thursday April 30th 1pm—3pm
  • WHERE: Room ST100 During this workshop we will cover
    • What are Title 9 violations?
    • Who is covered by Title 9?
    • How does someone report?

Pre-registration encouraged Register by visiting the WRC or by email

Mother’s Day Week!

Craft Party in the WRC

  • When: Tuesday May 5th 12 – 2 pm
  • Where: The Women’s Resource Center CC 268

Come make a craft or card for your favorite mama! There will be a kids craft as well. Snacks provided!

Forward Together/Strong Families

  • When: Thursday May 7th 3-5 pm
  • Where: Oak/Fir/Elm rooms

Forward Together staffs and leads Strong Families, a national initiative to change the way people think, feel and act in support of families of all kinds. Strong Families is building a movement to transform societal attitudes and perceptions to catch up with the reality of the changing face of American families – and ultimately win long-term policy change – so that all families have the rights, recognition and resources they need to thrive. Strong Families campaigns seek to interrupt the dominant and dated cultural values and policies that stigmatize our families, and replace them with values and policies that respect and recognize them. Race, class and gender are at the center of all of our work. Find out about the ground breaking work of Forward Together/Strong Families!

Love Your Body Week!

Dark Girls Documentary

  • When: May 11 1-3 pm Room
  • Where: ST 100

Exploring the deep seated biases and attitudes about skin color, particularly dark skinned women, outside of and within Black American culture

Colonization of the Pacific Islands and Body Image

  • When: Thursday May 14th CC Mall
  • Where: CC Mall

Come get more information about the history of colonization of the Pacific Islands and the effect of the colonization on body image and the ideas of female beauty.

WRC Wellness Fair and Get Yourself Tested

  • When: Tuesday May 19th 10 – 3
  • Where: Upper CC mall

Come peruse the multiple social service and health care provider tables. You will also have the opportunity for STD testing.

Verbal Self Defense Workshop

  • When: Tuesday, May 26th 3-4:30
  • Where: ST 111

Verbal self-defense sponsored by the Q-Club. People of all genders and sexual orientation welcomed!

Self Defense Workshop

  • When: Thursday May 29th 1-4 pm
  • Where: TBA

Verbal and physical self-defense workshop for female identified students and staff Please pre-register in the WRC

LGBTQ PRIDE!!!

  • When: Wednesday, May 27th 11 am – 1 pm
  • Where: CC Mall

Come participate in our drag show! You can come be in the audience or you can perform (pre-register at the WRC).