2022 Workshop Information 

Listed below are the titles of every workshop being offered.
You can find more detailed descriptions of each workshop in the Sched app, where you will register for the workshops you are interested in!

Session 1:
Sexual Citizenship
Saturday, 11:00am - 12:00pm

  1. The Neurobiology of Sexual Assault and Trauma

  2. The Law and Consent

  3. Controlling Your Narrative: Trauma-Informed Writing Workshop

  4. The Traveling Heart Project

  5. Barriers and Boundaries: how people-pleasing complicates consent

  6. Learning the Language of Consent

  7. Who are you? Identity vs. Role Confusion

  8. When Victim Blaming Becomes Internalized: how to counter shame with survivor centered support.

  9. What's Impacting Your Views?

  10. The DC Sexual Assault Response: Understanding a Survivor’s Path to Supportive Services & Recovery

  11. Sexual Violence and its Deep Roots in Education

  12. What Does Sexual Citizenry Mean to High schoolers?

  13. Everyday Activism

Session 2:
Sexual Projects
Saturday, 1:00pm- 2:00pm

  1. The Good, The Bad, and The Not-So-Great: Exploring the Range of Consensual Sex

  2. The True, Non-TV Experience, of Sex Offense Prosecutors Handling Serious Sex Offense Cases

  3. Curbing Sexual Assault at the Root with Culture Changing Discussions Among Male Identifiers

  4. Power, Pleasure, and Purpose

  5. Understanding Intersectionality: How identity and power influence sexual violence.

  6. Black Girls' Path to Positive Sexuality

  7. NVRDC: Survivor-Centered and Survivor-Defined

  8. Reclamation of Survivor Bodies

  9. Institutional Accountability

  10. Brown Girls Deserve Pleasure

Session 3:
Sexual Geography
Saturday, 2:15pm - 3:15pm

  1. Centering Spaces

  2. Sexual Assault and Suicide Risk

  3. Reproductive Rights and Consent – Why Bodily Autonomy is a Gender Justice issue

  4. Teaching Skills-based Consent Education

  5. Power & Privilege in Consent

  6. Expect Respect

  7. Institutional Accountability