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“We cannot become immune or desensitized to the experiences of the oppressed. We must continue to challenge and dismantle the systems that allow the abuse of marginalized communities to persist.
“The answer to injustice is not to silence the critic, but to end the injustice.” Paul Robeson”
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Links mentioned in statement:
Liberate Meditation app: A meditation app for people of color built to provide empowerment and support (available on both Apple and Android)
The Safe Place app: A Minority Mental Health App geared towards the Black community (available on both Apple and Android)
GirlTrek – Black History Bootcamp: A 21-Day Walking Meditation for Self-Care and Survival
11 Things To Do Besides Say ‘This Has To Stop’ In The Wake Of Police Brutality
Southern Poverty Law Center’s Speak Up: Responding to Everyday Bigotry

Rutgers is committed to ending sexual violence, dating/domestic violence, and stalking on campus. The We R Here campaign is the response to campus violence that impacts our community by letting students know We R Here to provide resources on each campus (Newark, New Brunswick, and Camden) and work towards greater involvement from students in ending this violence and supporting survivors.

The We R Here initiative is supported through the “Enhancing Victim Services throughout Rutgers University” grant. Learn more about the Enhancing Victims Services Project here.

Bystander Intervention Spotlight

What does it mean to be Revolutionary? We believe that revolutions can take place every single day by choosing to be positive active bystanders when witnessing something that is not okay. We can all be a part of the revolution with our words and actions. Check out this video to find out what student leaders from the Rutgers University- New Brunswick campus had to say about it!

Bystander Intervention at Rutgers University