Students speak out at SlutWalk

California State University, Monterey Bay’s Associated Students hosted the annual SlutWalk on April 13. The event had booths full of artists, safety gear, and resources from the local community shelter. 

The SlutWalk aims to give students a platform to learn and speak out against sexual assault. 

Students were invited to create signs before listening to guest speakers on sexual trafficking, poetry, and how we can help be part of the solution. The event culminated in a march around campus, with student-led chants. 

Associated Students has a few more events planned for Sexual Assault Awareness Month, head to MyRaft or their Instagram, @as_csumb, to learn more.

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