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Wellness Wednesday: Where the Line is Drawn

Location: Campus Center Room 306

This one hour presentation by Lorraine Davis, Chief Operating Officer for the YWCA and Interim Program Director for the Sexual Assault Support Services Program is an interactive session dispelling myths about sexual assault. Ms. Davis will also discuss the short-term and long-term effects of sexual assault and provide information about the services that her program has to offer.

For more information, contact: jyuw@hawaii.edu

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