Dickinson presents "The Yellow Dress"
In observance of Victim's Rights Week, Dickinson presents "The Yellow
Dress", a play about relationship violence produced and directed by
Deana's Fund, as reported in The Carlisle Sentinel on April 9, 2000.Â The play was performed on April 11th in the Anita Tuvin Schlecther Auditorium.
Cumberland County recognizes Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Jennifer Vogelsong reports in the October 10, 1999 Carlisle Sentinel on Cumberland County's recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, including a cutting of a purple ribbon and the Silent Witness Project.Â The article also announces Dickinson's Clothesline Project, which was up on exhibit the same month.
The Sentinel reports on Dickinson professors at conference on women
Sentinel Reports on Bettina Gregory's Speech at Dickinson
Two Articles in Sentinel on Women's Symposium
Mikelene Elash reported in The Carlisle Sentinel's April 19, 1993 edition on two events occuring as part of a symposium co-sponsored by the Women's Center at Dickinson entitled "Women in the 90's: Facing the Challenges."Â One event was a discussion on sisterhood between black and white women.Â THe other was a panel on the multiple choices facing young women.
The Sentinel on "The Clothesline Project"
Week of Anti-Rape Programs
The October 29, 1991 issue of the Carlisle Sentinel announced the events at Dickinson for Rape Awareness week, sponsored by the Women's Center and the Sexuality Resource Group, which included a play by the Awareness Act touring group and a "Take Back the Night" rally and march.