“I have no interest in making a work that doesn’t elicit a feeling.”
The Sexual Assault Center’s Black Client Services Team is partnering with the Frist Art Museum to provide emotional support and resources to guests visiting Kara Walker: Cut to the Quick, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation. Walker’s works draw upon and depict legacies of racial trauma, sexual violence, and enslavement—viewing this exhibition may elicit painful and complex feelings for visitors, especially those who have experienced trauma or are otherwise connected to the issues presented in Walker’s art. SAC’s Black Client Services Team recognizes the importance of receiving support and resources by and for the Black and African American community. Our team and community partners will be available to provide emotional support, self-care items, and resources for processing and seeking support. Click here for more information.
This two-day training will equip you with the tools and knowledge needed to identify and intervene safely when you see sexual harassment or assault at your establishment.
You will receive a wealth of resources for ongoing education, and learn how to use the material to train your bartenders, servers, and other staff members.
Making Music City a safe city is good for business!
DAY 1: Wednesday, October 6th ,10:00am CST - 12:30pm CST
DAY 2: Thursday, October 7th, 10:00am CST - 12:30pm CST
*Please note that this is a day two (2) day training, participants must attend both 1.5-hour sessions in order to complete the training. For questions, please contact Jack Ohmes, Statewide Training Specialist at firstname.lastname@example.orgClick here for more information.
Join us for an unforgettable virtual Mad Hatter, celebrating the Sexual Assault Center and 16 incredible survivors. Mad Hatter 2021 will showcase the exclusive launch of the SEEN project, an inspiring and highly unique collection of fine-art photographs and stories from the healing journeys of survivors, through the lens of documentary photographer and artist, Dan Heller. Viewers will also have the opportunity to learn more about how SAC proactively works to prevent sexual assault in our community, support the cause and participate in an online silent auction with awesome items and experiences!Click here for more information.