WHAT NOW? O4S RESPONDS TO ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION SINCE DEMAND RELEASE
survivors; resources and accommodations for survivors, including for the most marginalized survivors on campus while prioritizing survivors’ needs, facilitating community healing, and proactively organizing for survivors demands to President Smith. The demands identify and address the ways in which Swarthmore harms survivors Organizing for Survivors (O4S) Overview Six weeks ago today, Organizing for Survivors (O4S) released a comprehensive list of ways CAPS has not been serving all students as well as ways CAPS staff can better support survivors
RESPONDING TO SILENCE: WHY WE SIT-IN
organizing for survivors survivors; none came. In response, this photo series was made to give those sitting-in an Organizing for Survivors (O4S) Organizing for Survivors (O4S) began a sit-in within Dean Braun’s office on Tuesday, May 1st in
Organizing For Survivors (O4S): Dean Braun, Dean Miller, and Beth Pitts Must Resign
, 2018, Organizing for Survivors (O4S), a group of over 65 survivors and allies, gathered to draft a Organizing For Survivors (O4S): Dean Braun, Dean Miller, and Beth Pitts Must Resign organizing for survivors Organizing for Survivors (O4S)
Organizing for Survivors' Title IX Policy Change Demands
Organizing for Survivors' Title IX Policy Change Demands organizing for survivors . OVERARCHING DEMANDS: We, as a group of survivors and allies, have come together to demand immediate to justice, equity, and social change. We are demanding that Swarthmore protect survivors, hold Organizing for Survivors (O4S) to exceed a few hours. Swarthmore must extend the appeal window to allow adequate time for survivors Editor’s Note: On March 4, 2018, Organizing for Survivors (O4S), a group of over 65 survivors and procedures to create a system that protects survivors and facilitates justice. Swarthmore must, by the start
O4S: A Community Update
find the lack of response from Dean Braun, Dean Miller, and Beth Pitts to be an insult to survivors out with; they refuse to engage with the history of the movement for survivors on this campus and all the agency and pain of survivors/victims/experiencers of sexual violence on this campus. I find it organizing for survivors respect for the community of people who are leading the movement for survivors on this campus and I a community update from organizing for survivors On Monday, May 7th, O4S and Dean Shá Duncan Smith Organizing for Survivors (O4S)
Next Steps: An Exclusive Interview with Organizing For Survivors (O4S)
survivors of color. However, nothing came of this request because the two people who were best equipped to organizing for survivors healing for survivors and providing space for that? What is your approach to this topic? O4S: (Priya now and we can be more thorough going forward. Voices: How do we account for survivors who don’t Next Steps: An Exclusive Interview with Organizing For Survivors (O4S) Organizing for Survivors (O4S) people, what has it been like collaborating with so many different survivors and allies on this issue [lindsey norward, editor-in-chief] has interviewed a few survivors who don’t identify with the movement
O4S Returns: A Community Update
College mishandles Title IX cases. Out of this, Organizing for Survivors, our demands, and our pattern in which Swarthmore seeks to divert and appease survivors, rather than address systemic Last semester, survivors came together in a packed community forum to discuss the ways Swarthmore survivors but the student body more broadly. President Smith agreed to an external review of Public back to campus with renewed energy and support to fight for survivors’ rights. We hope you will join Organizing for Survivors (O4S)
Swarthmore, Don't Forget Me
organizing for survivors Parrish Hall ever envisioned that a group of POC students, LGBTQ+ students, survivors, and their allies , supporting Organizing for Survivors sitting in. I shouldn’t feel like I belong here, yet, I do. These past
Student Government Organization (SGO) Official Statement Supporting Organizing for Survivors (O4S)
Dear Swarthmore students, SGO expresses its full support of Organizing for Survivors (O4S) and their demands for changes in Title IX policy. SGO stands with survivors and allies on Swarthmore’s organizing for survivors Student Government Organization (SGO) Official Statement Supporting Organizing for Survivors (O4S)
Sunrise Swarthmore Letter of Support for Organizing for Survivors (O4S)
administration has consistently failed to address their needs. This has left the survivors and survivors of sexual violence. For far too long, Swarthmore’s administration has left the voices of students organizing for survivors Sunrise Swarthmore stands in support of Organizing for Survivors and their work to protect Sunrise Swarthmore Letter of Support for Organizing for Survivors (O4S)
Learning How To Swim
organizing for survivors
W+iMS Statement of Support for O4S
trauma from the crimes committed against survivors becomes compounded with the pressure to either stay statement supporting the hard work of survivors and allies in Organizing for Survivors. As members organizing for survivors Organizing for Survivors across campus in the past few weeks, W+iMS has felt the need to release a survivors of sexual violence and inadequately punish perpetrators of violence. After the discussions led by learn and to thrive. Organizing for Survivors has generated a wave of activism and support for
Swarthmore Athletes' Statement of Solidarity with Organizing For Survivors (O4S)
safety of survivors, and pressure the administration to take reformative actions to minimize the organizing for survivors support of Organizing For Survivors and all of their demands. We acknowledge that there is sure to be institutional injustice. Therefore, we refuse to be silent. We support and thank the resilient survivors and survivors among us, and it is time for us to stand up for our teammates, friends, and community. We assault survivors and allies as they strive to implement crucial changes in Title IX policies. There are Swarthmore Athletes' Statement of Solidarity with Organizing For Survivors (O4S)
Survivors’ Self-Care Checklist
can provide guidance, solace, and light to those who may need it. As two survivors, we assert that survivors' self-care checklist   Photo Courtesy of kagechiyo at Flickr. In light of the tension Survivors’ Self-Care Checklist of Voices want to offer a space of healing and care for all survivors (and those who don’t identify
To Those on Parrish Steps
organizing for survivors . Until recently, I felt strangled by the silence. Organizing for Survivors became a light in my life as I -architects.com. Inquiries to Organizing For Survivors (O4S) can be sent to organizingforsurvivors stories as survivors are so often ignored, silenced, and disregarded at the expense of our humanity
Swarthmore Asian Organization (SAO) Statement of Solidarity with O4S
made it a greater priority to ensure the safety and continued support of survivors. It is need to continually think about how we may better support survivors and be better allies. But that O4S, survivors on this campus, and survivors at-large. We are determined to create more space for organizing for survivors will continue to stand with the organization and stand in solidarity with survivors at-large. Every for Survivors (O4S) and their Title IX policy demands. To be completely clear: we stand in full
SISA Statement of Solidarity with Organizing for Survivors
these reasons and countless more SISA offers solidarity and love to all survivors on Swarthmore's organizing for survivors Survivors for their Title IX Policy Change Demands. For far too long sexual violence survivors on this this administration to make any and every policy change necessary to supporting survivors of violence SISA Statement of Solidarity with Organizing for Survivors
DPA Letter of Support for Organizing for Survivors' Title IX Policy Demands
, friends, and as mandated reporters, we are committed to serving as resources for allies and survivors in DPA Letter of Support for Organizing for Survivors' Title IX Policy Demands their allies. We stand in full support of Organizing for Survivors (O4S) and their Title IX policy organizing for survivors As Diversity Peer Advisors (DPAs) it is critical that we articulate our support for survivors and consolidate power. We are committed only to protecting survivors, and never the institution that has
Student Philanthropy Council Letter of Support for Organizing for Survivors' Title IX Policy Demands
- this includes benefiting survivors who identify as such. We stand with survivors, and will not organizing for survivors needs of survivors and the student body. As a group of students who are dedicated to philanthropy, it Student Philanthropy Council Letter of Support for Organizing for Survivors' Title IX Policy Demands The Student Philanthropy Council (SPC) stands with survivors and their allies. We are in full support of Organizing for Survivors and their Title IX Demands. We are college employees and volunteers committed to supporting survivors and reforming Title IX policy. We encourage other College employees
Ending the Cycle: Demanding Change in Swarthmore’s Broken Title IX System
other survivors about my process, I discovered that Student X and I were not alone in our frustrations administration, but also to make transparent the procedural changes needed to occur for survivors to receive organizing for survivors for survivors, even when all administrators are present and supportive. Aside from this example, I narrative at Swarthmore of student survivors undergoing breaches of humanity; this retraumatization about what is happening throughout the process and when, is necessary to ensure that survivors are
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