Metro to host free Denim Day event at Union Station on April 17

In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Metro, Peace Over Violence, and other local stakeholders are hosting “It’s Off Limits: Building Sexual Harassment-Free Zones in Los Angeles,” an official free Denim Day event, at Union Station on Wednesday, April 17. The event seeks to engage the public with community-oriented activities and conversation. 

Everyone is welcome to attend and learn how you can help build a sexual harassment-free Los Angeles where schools, places of employment, transit and all public spaces are safe.

Event details:

Los Angeles Union Station
Historic Ticketing Hall
800 N Alameda St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012
4 p.m. – 7 p.m.

The event program includes light refreshments on a first-come, first-serve basis, printmaking, songwriting and self defense classes, as well as a roundtable discussion that will include LA County Supervisor and Metro Board Chair Sheila Kuehl.

“It’s Off Limits: Building Sexual Harassment-Free Zones in Los Angeles” is also held in partnership with YWCA-Greater Los Angeles and The Los Angeles County Women And Girls Initiative Governing Council.

3 replies

    • Hi BradTom;

      If it was up to me, a 1980s Van Halen denim jacket — David Lee Roth era only — would get you all sorts of freebies. Then again, this is perhaps why it’s not up to me. Saw ’em in 1982 at Riverfront Coliseum on Diver Down tour and then was in 17th row for the show at Cincy Gardens on the 1984 tour. “Unchained” is still one of the great live songs by any band, period.

      Steve Hymon
      Editor, The Source

  1. Ridiculous. Anytime someone tells you to sex-it-up and it’s the opposite of the intended fix of sexual harrassment and rape, just ignore it. “Off Limits” really does mean stay in your own space. Stay home or lock yourself up in your own private space.