Women’s Week features “Time’s Up” panel

ALAMOSA — Adams State University’s Women’s Week will present a panel discussion, Time’s Up: Answers to questions about consent, harassment and assault. It will be held Wednesday, March 7, at 6:30 p.m. in McDaniel Hall 101. Counselors and information about local resources will be available.

Adams State University’s 2018 Women’s Week, March 5-9, has adopted the theme of International Women’s Day: #PressForProgress. The theme calls for continuing efforts toward women’s equality. Adams State events also are related to the #TimesUp and #MeToo movements that advocate an end to sexual harassment and assault.

The panel will be moderated by student Connie Medina. Panelists will include:

  • Lis Tomlin, Adams State Counseling Center
  • Ana Guevara, Adams State Office of Title IX and Office of Equal Opportunity
  • Jolene Trujillo, Alamosa County Sheriff’s Office Victim Response
  • Patricia Lara, Tu Casa
  • Ryan Anderson, Sage Youth Center
  • Simone Jackson, San Luis Valley Behavioral Health Group

All events are free and open to the public. Free parking after 5 p.m. is available in the McDaniel Hall parking lot on First St.

See the full Women’s Week schedule at: www.events.adams.edu/diversity 

ASU Women’s Week is supported by: Women’s & Gender Studies, ASU Sociology Department, ASU Counseling Center, Multicultural Student Government, CIELO, Nielsen Library, Alamosa County Sheriff’s Office, San Luis Valley Behavioral Health Group, Sage Youth Center, Tu Casa, and Planned Parenthood.


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