Street Harassment “Awareness” Too Offensive for UNH Students

I learned two things I didn’t know from this article. April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and April 2-8 is International Anti-Street Harassment Week. That’s actually a thing.

The Sexual Harassment and Rape Prevention Program (SHARPP) installed a display on the third floor of the Memorial Union Building (MUB) on Friday, March 17, to kick off their street harassment awareness and prevention campaign. By the end of the day, the installment was dismantled after receiving negative reactions and feedback from university administration and students, according to Dean of Students Ted Kirkpatrick.  

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