Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM)

Please join VOICE as we recognize national Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) this April. The goal of SAAM is to raise public awareness about sexual violence and educate communities on how to prevent it. There are two campus wide events scheduled throughout the month of April we invite the entire Georgia Tech community to participate in! 

Take Back the Night 2020

Although we cannot join together on campus, please join us all week, April 6-10, on Facebook @GT Women’s Resource Center and @GT Health Initiatives as well as @gtwrc and @GTHealthInitiatives on Instagram. Each day, we’ll have information highlighting sexual violence survivors and resources. Feel free to share the content on your own social media accounts too. Let’s show survivors at GT and everywhere that we believe and support you and that even during social distancing, you are not alone.

For those of you who already submitted a story, thank you for your courage in sharing. We have read your powerful stories and are planning to hold them for next year’s Take Back the Night. If you want to talk to the committee about the cancellation of the event, please reach out to VOICE Advocate Amanda Planchard at

Annual Teal Ribbon Day 2020

Each Thursday we will feature members of the GT community sharing why they believe Sexual Assault Awareness Month is important. If you would like to be featured in an upcoming Thursday, please submit a photo and quote to