7000 in Solidarity

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Campaign Background

Supporting Survivors. Understanding Consent. Improving University Resources. Knowing your rights. Evaluating Campus Safety. Empowering Students. 7000 in Solidarity. The Undergraduate Students Association Council believes that every student plays a key role in fighting sexual assault. Together, we can create a safer, more inclusive campus for Bruins from all genders and sexual identities.


About the Campaign

The 7000 in Solidarity Campaign seeks to create a safe, inclusive campus for students of all gender expressions and sexual orientations by educating our campus community on sexual assault. Our goal is to promote consensual sex, effective bystander intervention, and access to University resources that support survivors of sexual assault. According to multiple peer review journals, 1 in 3 women and 1 in 6 men over the course of their lifetime. We must remain in solidarity with survivors and create a campus culture where sexual assault is not tolerable.


Know your Campus Resources!

Santa Monica Rape Treatment Center

Phone: (310)825-1491
You can get help and information without requesting formal treatment or formally reporting. If you need it, UCPD can provide transportation from and back to campus, whether or not you also file a police report.


Counseling & Psychological Services: Campus Assault Resources & Education

24/7 Emergency Phone: (310) 825-0768
Offers students free individual and group psychotherapy.
To make an appointment, call (310) 825-0768.


University of California Police Department, Los Angeles

Phone: (310) 825-1491
To report a sexual assault or sexual harassment, please call their phone number.


UCLA Sexual Harassment Prevention Office

Phone: (310)206-3417
To learn how to report a sexual assault, please call or visit their website.


Dean of Students

Phone: (310) 825-3871
To report a sexual assault or sexual harassment, please visit their website or call.


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