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April is Sexual Violence Prevention Month

April is Sexual Violence Prevention Month, also known as Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and UC Berkeley students, faculty, and staff will be hosting events throughout the month that will equip our community with information on how to prevent sexual assault, create a stronger culture of consent, and how to best support survivors.

UC Berkeley is dedicated to preventing and addressing sexual harassment and sexual violence on campus. We believe in fostering a culture that prioritizes consent and respect, and responds to and supports survivors and their allies. As part of these efforts, we are working to engage all members of the university community to create a healthy and inspiring environment where violence in any form is not tolerated.

April 2021 Event Calendar

Get Involved! Help Stop Sexual Violence. Berkeley will be hosting numerous virtual events this year. If you are planning an event not yet listed here, please review the Guide to Hosting Sexual Violence Prevention Month Events and submit the form linked at the end of the guide to be added to this listing.

Watch this calendar for additional events. You may also join the movement on Facebook or connect with other students on #UCBSAAM#UCBSVPM, #SVPM, #SAAM.

EventDate(s)DescriptionRegistration and Contact Information
Virtual Clothesline Project: T-Shirt Making Workshop

Wednesday, April 14th, 


Join UC Berkeley's PATH to Care Center and UC Santa Barbara's CARE office in an empowering healing space to design t-shirts in support of survivors of interpersonal violence. This event is open to all UC student communities.

Learn more on PATH to Care's instagram @pathtocareucb.

Register online to receive the Zoom link.

Email or before the event to request accommodations 

ASUC Intimate Partner Violence Commission Trauma-Informed Yoga Sundays

Every Sunday starting Sunday, April 18th and continuing until Sunday, May 9th (the end of RRR Week)


With April being Sexual Violence Prevention Month, the ASUC Intimate Partner Violence Commission (IPVC) is hosting a trauma-informed, survivor-centered yoga series! The one-hour sessions will be led by Priya Roy, IPVC member and certified yoga instructor!

Find more information on the Facebook event.

This event will be captioned.

Register online.

Email Clara Bishop, Chair of the ASUC IPVC at with questions or comments.

In Conversation with Dr. Laurel Westbrook on their new book, “Unlivable Lives: Violence and Identity in Transgender Activism“

Thursday, April 22nd, 


Anti-violence movements rooted in identity politics are commonplace, including those to stop violence against people of color, women, and LGBT people. Unlivable Lives reveals the unintended consequences of this approach within the transgender rights movement in the United States.

This event is presented by the UC Berkeley Gender Equity Resource Center.

Register for the Zoom link.

If you require an accommodation for effective communication to fully participate in this event, please contact Lucydania at with as much advance notice as possible and at least 7-10 days in advance of the event.

This event will be captioned.

Bears That CARE: Sexual Violence Prevention Month Listening Session

Thursday, April 22nd, 


In honor of Sexual Violence Prevention Month, Bears that CARE will be hosting a listening session where we will be listening to a TedTalk, “Prevention is the Key to Eliminating Sexual Assault”, by Nicole Huffman, and discussing with peers!

Sponsored by Bears That CARE and the Dean of Students Immediate Office

For more information, visit the event page on Facebook

RSVP online.

Email for questions or accommodations requests.

Inaugural SVSH Brown Bag Discussion: Racial Equity and Preventing Sexual Violence

Tuesday, April 27th,


Join the PATH to Care Center in the inaugural SVSH brown bag discussion. This discussion will center on the intersections of racial equity work and preventing sexual violence. 

Co-sponsored by the PATH to Care Center and the Office of the Chancellor's Special Faculty Advisor on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment.

Register online.

If you require an accommodation for effective communication (ASL interpreting/CART captioning, alternative media formats, etc.) to participate, please register with as much advance notice as possible and at least 7-10 days in advance of the event.

ASUC Intimate Partner Violence Commission Denim Day

Wednesday, April 28th,

All day

Check out the ASUC Intimate Partner Violence Commission's Denim Day activities, including a raffle and Denim Day Zoom backgrounds!

Find more on the ASUC IPVC's Instagram linktree. Download the ASUC IPVC's Denim Day Zoom backgrounds below! 

Email Clara Bishop, Chair of the ASUC IPVC at with questions or comments.


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Ways to Get Involved

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Disclaimer: The Sexual Violence Prevention Month calendar on this page does not represent an endorsement of any of the events listed.

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