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Dominique Rosete’s work is an extension of the main WEAVE center to help college students receive resources. Currently, the WEAVE center in Downtown is only open to staff, and one of their thrift stores on 6606 Fruitridge Rd. is open, whose profits go directly to the organization. (Photo Courtesy of Dominique Rosete)

ARC’S WEAVE educator helps students in distress

Athena Acevedo, Feature Editor March 23, 2021

High stress and the effects of the coronavirus pandemic have led to an increase of domestic violence, according to a March 8 Sacramento Bee article about domestic violence in the Sacramento area. The Los...

WEAVE Confidential Advocate Emily Zavala-Aguilar discusses the violence of Indigenous people with ARC human services major Cherell Howze. (Photo by Marquala Brown)

Weave honors indigenous survivors of domestic violence

Marquala Brown November 21, 2019

WEAVE Confidential Advocate’s first Indigenous People’s event took place Oct. 16 in the American River College Library quad. ARC students and staff were greeted with a warm smile as they walked by...

WEAVE will host a Thriller Movie Night featuring a screening of “Gaslight” (1944) by director George Cukor, a classic psychological-thriller that tackles themes of domestic abuse. (Photo courtesy of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

WEAVE hosts Thriller Movie Night for Halloween

Colin Bartley October 29, 2019

WEAVE will host a Thriller Movie Night on Oct. 30 in preparation for Halloween at American River College in the Student Center Community Room 4. The event will last two hours, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Thriller...

The Bulletin Board outside the on campus Health Center, describing the difference between sexual violence and domestic violence, and other services offered. (Photo by Brienna Edwards)

ARC responds to DeVos’ changes to Title IX

Brienna Edwards October 10, 2017

Deep in the Administration Building on the American River College campus lies the Health Center. It is a little room across from a barely used courtyard. The Health Center is designed to be a safe...

WEAVE representative Erienne Ramos speaks to the audience about consent during the college hour on April 19. (Photo by Kyle Elsasser)

WEAVE explains consent at college hour

Shiavon Chatman April 22, 2016

Women Escaping A Violent Environment (WEAVE) hosted this week’s college hour at American River College on Tuesday. Consent was the main topic the two WEAVE representatives discussed. Hannah Friedman,...

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