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The Women’s Center is at the heart of a number of programs and activities that examine issues of gendered violence, women’s place in contemporary society, masculinity in the 21st century and current issues, both locally and globally.
These programs include WomenTalk, an annual production of The Vagina Monologues, participation in the LUNAFEST film festival, Sexual Violence Awareness Week. Students participate in peer education through programs such as Sisters Standing Together and One in Four.
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