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Consent & Intimate/Sexual Violence (workshop #1 of 7 week series)

Wednesday, July 02, 2008
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Event Type:
CLIT Collective
Location Details:
Zami! Co-op (in the library)

807 Laurel St. Santa Cruz, CA

Workshop 1:
Consent & Sexual/Intimate Violence: Understanding the Complexity of Consent, Embracing Accountability, and Building Stronger Radical Communities

Date: Wednesday July 2nd.
Time: 6:00 – 9:00 pm
Location: Zami! Co-op (in the library)
Description: This workshop will be focused on: What is consent? Why is consent important? How does consent contribute to safer spaces and building stronger radical communities? What is the link between consent and social justice oriented movements? Together we will build a community definition of consent and discuss questions specific to radical communities striving for stronger, safer, and consensual spaces.
Requirements: Please try to be on time.

Consent & Sexual/Intimate Violence Freeskool Summer Class List of Workshops

Consent & Sexual Violence Workshop Series
By: C.L.I.T. Collective (Consensual Liberation through Intimate Tactics)

Information about workshop series:
Here are some things to keep in mind if you plan on attending one or all of our workshops:
This series of workshops are focused on exploring Consent & Sexual/Intimate Violence within radical communities!
You can continue to check our myspace for any changes in classes/information:
*Recommended reading of the book (or parts of) "Transforming a Rape Culture" by Emilie Buchwald
*Recommended $5 purchase of 'zines relevant to Sexual Violence & abuse which will be available at all workshops
*Please note that we are not experts on these subjects, only folks in this community who have done some deep thinking about these issues who are committed to bringing dialogue about this important subject into our communities
*These workshops may be triggering for anyone who has experienced abuse or sexual assault, as we will be discussing these subjects in-depth
*Please try to be on time, considering the subject matter we feel it is important in building a comfortable environment
*Contact Information: clitcollective [at] or
Added to the calendar on Mon, Jun 23, 2008 11:04PM
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