NOTE: Due to ongoing concerns posed by coronavirus (COVID-19), the Title IX Office has moved its operations offsite untilfurther notice. Wewill continue to provide our services to the community using telephonic and other remote communications technology. For options on communicating anonymously with the Title IX Office, visit titleix.harvard.edu/disclose.
The Women in Power Conference invites you to join our discussion focused on helping our communities heal, and continuing to raise our voices peacefully against injustices towards systemic change. This discussion will have a panel of speakers to discuss various aspects of racism, Black Lives Matter, protesting peacefully, civic action and police brutality, with a gendered perspective on these challenges.... Read more about Elevating Black Voices: Racial Justice and Healing
Join the Center for Primary Care for our Scaling Community Outreach in Primary Care (S.C.O.P.E.) webinar series featuring Dr. Michelle Forcier, who will discuss opportunities for health professionals to support LGBTQ+ youth.
Dr. Forcier specializes in gender, sexual and reproductive health. She provides consultation services in advanced contraception, sexually transmitted disease care, puberty and menstrual issues and a variety of gender affirming hormones and care plans. She directs the Gender and Sexual Health Program, and collaborates with multiple medical and community agencies in promoting best practices for gender diverse, transgender and lesbian, gay and bisexual youth and adults.
On Wednesday April 29th, millions of people from across the world will wear denim to support Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Denim Day was established in 1999 by the Peace Over Violence organization, as a response to an Italian court case. In 1992, a judge ruled to overturn a sexual assault conviction after stating that the survivor’s jeans were so tight that she must have helped remove them, thus implying consent. The following day,... Read more about Denim Day 2020