To support and promote women's and gender studies in both its academic and extra-curricular activities at Saddleback College. This includes the development of an interdisciplinary curriculum that seeks to examine the ways in which race, ethnicity, class, sexuality and other experiences intersect with gender and how these perspectives shape our lives. We are committed to both campus awareness and community activism surrounding gender issues and to the development and maintenance of resources for the use of faculty, staff, and students on campus.
MeetingsFall Meeting: October 12, 2016
10:00 - 11:00 am in BGS 345
For more information, please contact April Cubbage at email@example.com.
Allison Camelot, SBS
October - Domestic Violence Awareness
January - Human Trafficking Awareness
April - Sexual Assault Awareness
Plus speaker's on STD's, sexuality and women and crime
Domestic Violence Awareness: "Domestic Violence in Our Community", Marissa Presley, Laura's House
Sexual Assault Awareness: "Things That Outta Bother You", Dr. Foor, Sexual Assault Victim Services Orange County, CSP
Gay, Lesbian and Transgender Awareness: "Seth's Law: Anti-Bullying Legislation", Michele Ortiz, Equality Now
Women and Incarceration in California: "The Bars that Bound Me: The Challenges of Parole and Re-entry"
Dr. D'Auria, Vanguard University and Norma Cupian, former parolee and reform advocate
AAUW.org - Provides leadership, scholarships, workshops and support for women's issues. Membership is free to all Saddleback students.
Domestic Violence Recovery
Laura's House - Domestic Violence Shelter, Outreach and Hotline
Sexual Assault Victim Services of Orange County, Community Service Programs - Providing 24 hour hotline crisis counseling, crisis intervention, support groups, referrals, emergency assistance and advocacy
Sociologists for Women in Society - An organization of social scientists fostering social equality for women