About our Red Flag Campaign
A national movement that’s close to home
1 in 4 college-aged folx experience relationship violence, but this fact is not well known outside of the violence prevention and awareness movement. To remedy that, the Red Flag Campaign was created by and for college campuses with the guidance of the Virginia Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Alliance. This is a national campaign with the purpose of raising awareness around “red flags” in unhealthy and abusive relationships.
Through installing this campaign every year, the Phoenix Center at Auraria - and our phenomenal campus partners - hope to raise awareness on our campus around the impact relationship violence has on our community as well as provide information and resources about how to stop it.
Want to know more about relationship red flags? Check out our blog post!
Want to help set up our Red Flag Campaign and others like it? Check out our Helping Hands opportunity!
PCA Staff, students, and volunteers work hard to set up our annual red flag campaign! September 14, 2018
8,600 flags are installed outside the Plaza Building on the Auraria campus to raise awareness about relationship violence.
Some of our staff & volunteers who were able to help us set up our installation this year!
Left to right: Top - Sid Nelson (Lead VPE), Bug Amoa-Awuah (PCA Rookie Pup of the Year), Joe Matz, Megan Alpert (PCA Director), Jenae McCall (VPE), Olivia Feldkamp (CU Denver Conduct Educator) Bottom - Elizabeth Amoa-Awuah (VPE Coordinator), Abby Pierce (VPE), Taylor Bergeron (Business Services Coordinator)