Title IX at GWC


*All Zoom links and passcodes will be emailed at least one week prior to each event*

Green Dot Training (students only):

All Other Events:

Virtual Clothesline Project

October 1st - 31st

The Clothesline Project serves as a physical representation of the number of people on our campus have experienced sexual violence. The Clothesline is made up of T-shirts created by survivors, or created in honor of someone who has experienced violence. To view the shirts decorated by GWC students, staff, and faculty, please visit

Healthy Relationships/Safe Online Dating Webinar (Coastline College event)

October 6th ~ 12:00pm - 1:00pm

This webinar will explore how to safely connect with your 'bae' in an online space. Participants will learn about consent and boundaries in dating, practice communication skills, and learn about dating resources.

Yoga (Coastline College Event)

October 7th ~ 11:00am - 12:00pm

Join us for an all levels yoga class! As October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, this class will be taught through a trauma-informed lens. Participants will learn health and wellness skills.

Wear Purple in Honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October 15th ~ All Day

Demonstrate your support for survivors of domestic violence by wearing purple and posting a picture on the GWC app!

Self-Defense Class (Coastline College Event)

October 15th ~ 4:00pm - 5:00pm

Join this interactive training on awareness, prevention, risk reduction, and avoidance. Participants will have the opportunity to practice hands-on self-defense.

Title IX Open House

October 14th ~ 3:00pm - 5:00pm

Hosted by Dr. Carla Martinez, GWC Title IX Coordinator

Learn more about Title IX policies and how the Title IX Office can support you through sexual misconduct reporting, providing support resources, trainings, and awareness programs. Feel free to join or leave at any point during the two hours.

We Can't Wait: Imagining a World with Racial Justice and Survivor Healing

October 20th ~ 3:00pm - 4:00pm

Presented by Rae Chaloult

In this one hour workshop, participants will gather for a facilitated conversation to discuss how sexual violence and racial violence are inherently connected and how both harm us all. We will focus on the calls young activists, students, and leaders have been emphasizing, namely that we are building a movement to create a more just world. The workshop will aim to contextualize sexual violence within current conversations of rasicm, White supremacy, and racial justice movements. This is an opportunity for participants to sharpen skills on anti-racism education, responding to trauma, and begin to answer the question: can you imagine a world free from sexual violence?

Sexual Violence and the Impact on Survivors of Color

October 23rd ~ 11:00am - 12:00pm

Presented by Waymakers

Waymakers Sexual Assault Victim Services team will provide information on the impact of sexual violence when working with survivors of color. Marginalized communities oftentimes face barriers when seeking community services. SAVS will discuss overall barriers such as culture, systemic fear, community isolation, etc. that prevent or limit survivors from accessing resources to help them process sexual violence. The SAVS team will also discuss community resources available for survivors and significant others of survivors.

Green Dot Training

October 30th ~ 10:00am - 12:00pm

Students only - Limited spots available (30)

This bystander intervention training aims to prevent sexual assault, domestic violence, abuse, stalking, and other forms of violence. Green Dot teaches participants how to recognize warning signs and actively intervene when an issue arrises.