CSUf News Service
Noon Talks Focus on Domestic Violence
A series of noon talks on slavery, dating violence and gender roles are being offered by the WoMen's Center during October, Domestic Violence Awareness Month. All programs will be held in Room 205 of University Hall. Among the offerings:
- Oct. 2 — "Women's Empowerment to Prevent Slavery and Trafficking in Nepal" presented by Jeffrey Kottler, professor of counseling
- Oct. 15 — "Puerto Rican Women Views: U.S. Statehood Versus U.S. Territory" with Anaida Colón-Muñiz, associate professor of educational studies, Chapman University
- Oct. 23 and 30 — "Step Up! Bystander Intervention Program" by David Botsford, clinical psychologist, CSUF Counseling and Psychological Services
For a full schedule of talks, go to the WoMen's Center website.