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WRC's Focus on Activism

One of the main pillars of the Women's Resource Center is activism, both on campus and in the larger community. We demonstrate this focus in multiple ways:

The Vagina Monologues

The Vagina Monologues (TVM) at Pacific is a student organization that promotes Eve Ensler's Broadway play, The Vagina Monologues, and the mission of Vday (a non profit organization dedicated to ending violence against women and girls). TVM not only puts on the play each year, but they also partner with the campus and Stockton communities to promote gender equity. Any funds raised through the production benefit Stockton's Women's Center - Youth and Family Services. If you would like to be involved with TVM, please contact us!

Take Back the Night

Students, staff, faculty, and community members are encouraged to take part in the Take Back the Night march held each year as a means of raising awareness about issues of gendered violence.

Voter Registration Drive

The WRC celebrates Women's Equality Day and the anniversary of women's suffrage each year on August 26th by hosting a voter registration drive. Citizens can also use our online portal to register!

Student to Student Healthy Relationships Peer Education

S2S launched in 2011 with funding from the Avon Foundation and m.powerment by Mark. Pacific's Women's Resource Center was one of only 20 nation-wide to receive the m.powerment grant in support of its efforts to break the cycle of dating abuse and partner violence on campus. S2S peer educators receive training to develop and deliver workshops, discussions and other activities that promote healthy relationships. Thanks to generous funding from the Verizon Foundation, S2S will continue to raise awareness about domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking on Pacific's campus and within the greater Stockton community.