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End Rape on Campus (EROC) is a survivor advocacy organization dedicated to ending sexual violence through survivor support, public education, and policy and legislative reform.

We provide free, direct assistance to all survivors of gender-based and sexual violence on campus interested in filing federal complaints, organizing for change, or drawing public attention to hold their schools accountable.

We have assisted hundreds of students at dozens of schools file Title IXClery Act, and other civil rights complaints to seek justice and reform.

30 Days of Activism

Action #10: Bring Resources to Your School's Title IX Officer

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Unfortunately, many Title IX coordinators don't receive the training necessary to support survivors of sexual violence. The Department of Education has provided guidance to assist schools in upholding Title IX, supporting survivors, and keeping all students safe.

Ensure your local school's Title IX coordinator has these important resources on hand.

Our partners at AAUW have published a how-to guide to help you accomplish this task and even have a handy map for your to locate your local schools' Title IX coordinators. 

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Action #8: Share "We Believe You"

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We Believe You is a collection of 36 survivor stories powerfully conveying the realities of trauma, healing, and everyday activism. Through telling their stories,these survivors amplify voices that are too often silenced - LGBT, male, and/or survivors of color- and in doing so, challenge pervasive narratives surrounding campus sexual assault. The book allows survivors to tell their stories without the filter of media, stigma, or shame. These are their stories told in their voices.

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Action 7: Tell Northwestern to Take Fraternity Sexual Violence Seriously

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Several women came forward to report being drugged and sexually assaulted at two Northwestern fraternities. Despite the reports the university will not be disciplining the fraternities in question and are not pursuing further investigation.

Studies show that fraternity men are three times more likely to commit sexual assault than their unaffiliated counterparts. 

Schools must take sexual assault committed on fraternity grounds seriously. Take action. Tweet. Call. Email. Write to Northwestern and tell them that sexual violence is not a part of fraternity culture, and that administrators must be proactive in preventing and responding to sexual violence.

Twitter: @NorthwesternU

Email: nu-president@northwestern.edu

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On Restoring Dignity

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With each conscious choice to learn how to be human in a new world, I took my power back. I gained strength.  I took ownership of my reality. It is an injustice that I had to learn these things solely because of his selfish actions, but I gained the clarity I needed to see that I was deserving of far better.

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