Denim Day: Wear Jeans for Justice!

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Denim Day is a campaign that began in 1999 as a part of an international protest of an Italian High Court decision to overturn a rape conviction because the survivor was wearing “tight-fitting” jeans. The judge said the survivor must have helped the perpetrator remove her jeans and thus wasn’t “really” raped. This verdict became a symbol of the kind of injustice that sexual assault survivors face all around the world.

Please show your support and commitment to ending sexual violence by wearing denim on April 24th. If you would like to be more involved, please show your support by filling out this survey to receive Denim Day buttons and more!

There will be free coffee and refreshments in the UU- San Luis Lounge, from 9-10 a.m. on April 24 for those wearing denim.

The Cal Poly College of Engineering understands there has been an enormous amount of turmoil and transition due to Coronavirus (COVID-19). As we continue offering support to our students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends, we also continue providing critical updates as well as college highlights. Ours is a college full of creative and bright engineers and staff. For more information on COVID-19 visit the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website. For more information on how Cal Poly is responding to COVID-19, visit the Cal Poly Coronavirus website Coronavirus website.

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