KSU Says No More
Union 206, 2:50-3:30pm (Session Period 2)
Presentation that discusses statistics related to sexual and domestic violence on college campuses (specifically information crime reports from here at Kansas State),allows for active conversations about myths associated with sexual assault and domestic violence, the message and meaning of the No More campaign and it’s work on K-State campus, and finally resources and a message that challenges students from all backgrounds to empower others to be engaged in a movement to end sexual assault and domestic violence by being a pro social bystander or an advocate; therefore transforming K-State into a culture of consent.
Senior in Social Work and Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies
Polina Nations is an advocate for sexual assault and domestic violence awareness. Currently she is also a national No More- together we can end sexual assault and domestic violence campaign ambassador. Nations works closely with the Kansas State C.A.R.E. Center to coordinate and host educational and advocacy-based events for sexual assault and domestic violence awareness. She also is a victim’s advocate and a volunteer for two domestic violence and sexual assault shelters.