Storytelling & Speak Out Events

Owning Your Story: Learning to Write About Sexual Assault & Harassment 4/8

Monday, April 8th, 6:30-8pm, E25-401

Writing about sexual assault and harassment, whether it is for a speech or
your private journal, can be challenging. This event approaches writing as a
tool for healing and a way to discover how the experience(s) have impacted
your life. We will not be sharing explicit details of experiences in this space.
Open to anyone in the MIT community who has experienced sexual assault
or harassment at any point in their life.

SAAM Poetry Slam (UA WellComm and the F-Word) 4/26

Friday, April 26th at 7pm, 6-120

Come join us for the first ever SAAM Poetry Slam, co-sponsored by the F-Word and the UA Student Support and Wellness Committee. You are welcome to write your own poem or perform a poem already written. Feel free to speak about anything you wish, including race, gender, sexual violence, and sexuality.

If you would like to participate, please fill out the signup form here:

Can I Hold The Mic: Survivors’ Edition 4/30

Tuesday, April 30th, Doors at 5:30pm and Stories at 6:30pm, La Sala de Puerto Rico, W20-202

Come to our storytelling event, inspired by The Yarn at Sloan, where members of our community share stories about their experiences and the impact that sexual assault and sexual harassment had on their life.