EROC is hosting a week of service! We are looking for volunteers to help us collect and review data as we work to launch a first-of-its-kind digital platform later this summer! You are being invited to join our team the week of August 1st-5th in our final push to the finish line.
Join us on Thursday, August 4th anytime between 8:30 am – 6:00 pm EST for a full day of volunteering and connecting with other EROC supporters. You can also work on your own time any day that week and drop in for an open community hour from 4:00 – 5:00 pm EST each day.
We’ll be thanking the volunteers who contribute the most data during the week with free coffee, mini-EROC care packages, and a free lunch to the volunteer who contributes the most data on Thursday, August 4th!
Upon registering you’ll be sent additional information including instructions for completing the volunteer work and zoom links to join us for the virtual Week of Service!
If you are a researcher featured in peer-reviewed literature, we are accepting relevant journal articles and research to add to our website to ensure that all who intend to find relative information on campus sexual assault and its impacts on historically marginalized communities have easy and free access. If you’d like your research to be featured on our Centering the Margins site, please go to our contact page and include any links to your articles. We are looking for research that is inclusive of the following communities and issue areas:
- Communities of Color (i.e., relative to the diaspora of Black, Asian, Indigenous, and Latinx communities and more)
- LGBTQIA Communities (i.e., Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, and Asexual, and more)
- Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Tribal and Hispanic Serving Institutions, and Community Colleges
- Intersectionality (e.g. gender/sexual identity, race/ethnicity, socio-economic status, citizenship, religion, etc.)
- Undocumented and International Survivors
- Male Survivors
- Healing + Wellness
- Sexual Assault/Harassment
- Gender-Based Violence
- Institutional Betrayal
- Cultural Betrayal
- Survivor advocacy
- Mandatory Reporting
- Generational Trauma
- White Supremcy
- Slavery and Genocide
- Civil Rights
- Religion and Faith-Based
- Human and sex trafficking
- Child Abuse and Molestation
- Police Brutality
- and so much more…