AMS Statement on UBC Lifeline Demonstration Outside The AMS Student Nest

Given the current demonstrations taking place at University Commons (between The Nest and the Alumni Center) the AMS would like to remind our community that The AMS Sexual Assault Support Centre and UBC Counselling Services are available to anyone on campus who feels affected by the violent use of graphic images. 
The use of graphic images to advocate any stance can be disturbing and triggering for members of our community and the AMS does not agree with the tactics taken in this fashion as they do not align with the respectful and inclusive conduct we expect of UBC students and our community. 
Authorization for the location of this demonstration was granted by the University and concerns about its permit should be directed to the Film and Events Liaison at UBC Campus and Community Planning. Any complaints regarding a specific AMS club can be directed to the Vice President Administration at
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