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Sarah Deer

March 13-31, 2017 FLC's Reed Library will host a display of books in the glass cases by the Fishbowl.  The will be on the subject of violence against Native women, including books by March 23 campus speaker Sarah Deer.  Check it out!

March 16, 2017 Tea at the G, 1 p.m. in the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center, Sarah Deer video about Lyda Conley, Native lawyer and activist, followed by discussion with tea and refreshments.

March 23, 2017 5 p.m. Foyer of Student Union Ballroom.  Student Scholarship Exhibition.  Topic:  Violence Against Women.

March 23, 2017 6 p.m. in the Student Union Ballroom Women's History Month presents Sarah Deer, "Sovereignty of the Soul:  Sexual Violence in Native America." Book signing, round table discussions, appetizers after the lecture.  

Sarah Deer has worked to end violence against women for over 20 years. She began as a volunteer rape victim advocate as an undergraduate and later received her J.D. with a Tribal Lawyer Certificate from the University of Kansas School of Law. She is currently a professor at Mitchell Hamline School of Law. Her scholarship focuses on the intersection of federal Indian law and victims’ rights. A citizen of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation of Oklahoma, Deer is a co-author of three textbooks on tribal law. She has received national recognition for her work on violence against Native women and was a primary consultant for Amnesty International’s Maze of Injustice campaign. Her latest book is “The Beginning and End of Rape: Confronting Sexual Violence in Native America.” She is the recipient of a 2014 MacArthur Fellowship.




  • Sexual Assault Awareness Month: View the Student Wellness event calendar. Submit your event to the Sexual Assault Awareness Month Calendar.
  • Active Bystander: FLC Student Wellness Program teaches students how to be an Active Bystander. If you recently conducted an Active Bystander program, log your training here
  • The Rape Aggression Defense Basic Personal Defense System is a national program of realistic self-defense tactics and techniques. All courses are taught by nationally certified R.A.D. Instructors.
  • The Elephant in the Room is a Peer Theater Presentation written and produced by students and staff in the FLC Theater Department in collaboration with New Student Orientation. The production, with a cast of current FLC students, will cover topics ranging from "roommate dynamics" to "dirty dancing" with a host of other taboo topics too numerous to mention. It is offered in the Fall as part of the mandatory new student orientation for all new incoming students. See the Orientation website for more information about orientation.
  • The Glow Run is an annual all campus program takes place in the fall and is organized by Student Housing and Conference Services and supported by Sexual Assault Services Organization (SASO) and other campus partners. The fun run involves glowing, a fun run, prevention education and music.
  • The Consent Carnival is an all campus program in the fall which educates students about sexual consent through carnival games and dialogue.
  • It's On Us at Fort Lewis College is a pledge campaign to end sexual violence.
  • WellPAC promotes the campaign through tabling and conversation.



  • Marketing checklist - Students who wish to obtain a marketing checklist to promote events they are creating connected with sexual misconduct prevention may obtain one by writing to