RealTalk has got your back, believes you

After the Take Back the Night rally against sexual violence on Oct. 28, RealTalk has a message for sexual assault survivors (trigger warning: sexual assault):

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We will continue to hear, see, and believe you, and we always will. Please join us on Friday, Dec. 9 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Villard Room for the gallery opening of Uplifting Voices: Identity, Empowerment, and Equality, hosted in collaboration with YES (Yes for Equality and Safety for All Bodies), the Vassar College Women’s Center and CARES. We will come together as a community using art to show that we believe victims/survivors of sexual assault, and it is never their fault. We encourage all student groups on campus to exhibit their own art pieces by contacting dsiegel vassar.edu and to come on Dec. 9 for the opening ceremony. Please join our movement to eliminate sexual assault on our campus and make Vassar a community of love and respect for all bodies.

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