Ending Campus Sexual Assault

April = Sexual Assault Awareness Month
The fight against campus sexual assault has been galvanized with recent media spotlights, advocacy, and activism. Check out the following suggestions from recent American Association of University Women blogs on how all of us can engage in ending sexual assault and violence. Help us end sexual violence, here at UAF, and beyond!

10 Ways to Fight against Sexual Assault on Campus

5 Ways Faculty and Staff Can Fight Sexual Violence on Campus

Know Your Rights on Campus: Campus Sexual Assault


PLUS, check out this interesting article about changing terminology being used to refer to sexual assault and rape


Equal Pay Day 2014

Equal Pay Day - April 8th, 2014

Equal Pay Day marks how far into the current year women have to work to earn the amount men earned in the previous year * (based on average wages for full time workers). Thus this year women worked 15.25 months to make what men earned in only 12 months of work. 

President Obama proclaimed today, that in 2014 it's an embarrassment that women make $0.77 on the dollar compared to men. He then signed executive orders to expand equal pay protection (prohibiting employer retaliation against workers who inquire about or share pay information, making it easier for workers to find out if they are being discriminated against AND calling on the Labor Department to collect pay information from federal contractors, including race and gender, to make it easier to identify employers who discriminate). Additionally, Obama implored Congress to pass the Pay Check Fairness Act, which would help to extend equal pay to all workers. 
Click on image for enlarged view of this White House Equal Pay meme
Read President Obama's Equal Pay Day proclamation here:
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PLUS, check out and share these FREE tools for pay equity activists:


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