An Emory community member poses in denim
An Emory community member poses in denim on a motorcycle
An Emory community member poses in denim
An Emory community member poses in denim
An Emory community member poses in denim
Emory community members pose in denim on Zoom
Emory community members pose in denim on Zoom
Emory Police officers pose with a denim ribbon over their uniforms
Emory Police officers pose with a denim ribbon over their uniforms
Emory Police officers pose with a denim ribbon over their uniforms
Emory community members pose in denim
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Photo Gallery: Denim Day 2020

April 27, 2020

Members of the Emory community – students, faculty, staff and alumni – participated in a virtual Denim Day on April 22, showing their support for ending sexual violence. Although some departments such as Emory Police could not wear denim, they wore teal ribbons symbolizing Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

Emory’s Denim Day is an initiative of the Office of Respect, which serves as a central hub for sexual and interpersonal violence prevention programs, survivor support and efforts to create a more survivor-supportive campus community. The event is part of the Office of Respect's Sexual Assault Awareness Month programming during April. 

Denim Day is a global campaign that started in 1999. Learn more at https://www.denimdayinfo.org/