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Sisters Standing Together

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Sisters Standing Together is a peer education initiative, where student members work to educate other students on campus about violence against women.

Leaders of the organization have developed a series of four presentations that cover topics including general information on sexual assault and the appropriate procedures for asking and receiving consent. Some of the programs are presented to both male and female students in classroom settings. Other programs are designed specifically for women.

Students must attend an extensive training before they are approved to become presenters. Training sessions for new members are generally offered at the beginning of each semester.

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