Oct. 24, 2022
Fighting against the patriarchy can be really difficult, so it’s always good to take time to rejuvenate and heal. For Time’s Up Ateneo’s third anniversary, TUA is inviting everyone to the Conspiring against the patriarchy through art and healing workshop on Oct. 29, 2022 from 10am to 12nn via online. Participants will be led through a couple of art exercises by MLAC Institute for Psychosocial Services, Inc.’s Hannah Morillo. Bring any art related materials — writing tool, drawing/coloring tool, paper, even clay, musical instrument, your favorite song/song of the moment, a book you enjoy reading. Register for the event here https://tinyurl.com/CAPartheal. The online link will be sent to you at least one day before the workshop.
Aside from this event, Time’s Up Ateneo celebrated its anniversary through several creative actions that you can read about here https://timesupateneo.org/2022/10/18/times-up-ateneo-honors-survivors-and-protesters-with-flowers-a-collective-poem-and-postcards. Read the postcards that have been sent to TUA here https://timesupateneo.org/stories. TUA’s theme for this year is “Remembrance is Resistance”. The call for postcards is open until October 31, 2022.
About Time’s Up Ateneo
Time’s Up Ateneo (TUA) is a community of survivors and advocates fighting against sexual violence and impunity in Ateneo de Manila and beyond. TUA envisions itself as both a psychosocial support system and an advocacy group. As a community, TUA has support groups for survivors and advocates, conducts community care activities, as well as may provide referrals for further psychosocial and legal support.
TUA was founded on Oct. 17, 2019, which was right after the Oct. 15, 2019 protest in Ateneo de Manila where around 200 students, alumni, teachers, and parents gathered in the campus to protest against sexual violence and impunity in the university. TUA continued to stage several protests after that. The collective then developed a trauma-informed and survivor-centered advocacy work, and TUA’s efforts include pushing for institutional reforms, supporting survivors and advocates, and calling for a community approach to addressing sexual violence.
Time’s Up Ateneo is independent from Ateneo de Manila. TUA created the organization in response to Ateneo de Manila’s failures in addressing the issue of sexual violence in its campus. Please do not credit TUA’s work to Ateneo de Manila.
Regularly check TUA’s 2022 online calendar for updates: https://tinyurl.com/2022TUAOnlineCalendar
Ways to get involved in Time’s Up Ateneo’s cause https://timesupateneo.org/get-involved
Sign up for TUA’s mailing list for public events at: https://tinyurl.com/MailinglistTUA
Donate to Time’s Up Ateneo
Survivors and advocates deserve a community that supports them and their push for change. However, many survivors and advocates who are part of or who reach out to Time’s Up Ateneo (TUA) struggle to pursue justice through legal, administrative, and community-based means, and to defend themselves from retaliatory actions. TUA believes that we as a community should recognize and help provide the resources that survivors and advocates need, including psychosocial support, legal counsel, and capacity building.
Donations of any amount can be sent to Dasha Uy’s Gcash 09175290502. Kindly write “For Time’s Up Ateneo” in the message part of your donation. You can also donate via Paypal at https://paypal.me/TimesUpAteneo. For other means of donating, or if you would like to specify how your donation is to be used, kindly inquire via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/TimesUpAteneo, or Twitter at https://twitter.com/TimesUpAteneo, or Instagram https://www.instagram.com/timesupateneo
For Inquiries and Updates
For inquiries, please contact Time’s Up Ateneo through email email@example.com, Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TimesUpAteneo, or Twitter https://twitter.com/TimesUpAteneo, or Instagram https://www.instagram.com/timesupateneo
Time’s Up Ateneo also posts updates on the website https://timesupateneo.org