CTM Skills Activism
In order to come together as a collective to end sexual violence on campus, we must effectively engage everyone and coordinate our different skill sets, talents, and qualities. At EROC and for Centering the Margins we are particularly looking for people from different professional backgrounds and experiences who specialize in assisting marginalized groups.
Mental Health and Legal Services
If you are interested in giving pro bono or contingency based services and have culturally competent knowledge to provide comprehensive care to marginalized survivors, please contact us at email@example.com with the subject titled “CTM Skills.”
We are always looking for content to feature on the Centering the Margins Blog and Podcast Series. If you are a blogger, writer, artist, poet, videographer, etc. with a particular focus on marginalized groups, we would love to feature your work. Please contact Chardonnay Madkins at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The media has been a strong force in beginning a national conversation around sexual violence in schools, however many survivors who are given the opportunity to share their stories are primarily white, cisgender women who attended top schools. Due to this coverage many marginalized survivors continue to be ignored and are denied the ability to set a more inclusive narrative of sexual violence on campus. Moving forward, it is important for the media to equally cover campus sexual assault against marginalized communities and various types of schools. If you are a journalist and want to learn more about trauma-sensitive interviewing techniques, inclusive responsible reporting, and language issues or you want to write a piece on Centering the Margins initiative or related efforts please email email@example.com.