In this web conference, we’ll hear from BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) leaders who are facilitating truth-telling, healing, and transformation at the intersection of racial and gender justice. They will discuss the importance of addressing the historic and present-day legacies of colonization, genocide, slavery, and other forms of structural racism for a safety and equity now and into the future.
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In part 3 of the three-part Supporting Family Resiliency through Relationships with Animals webinar series, the presenter will explore incorporating therapy animals as greeters at child advocacy centers, police stations, prosecutor’s offices and courthouses.
The Colorado Advocacy in Action Conference (CAIA) is a place to share, discuss, and explore the connections and creative solutions essential in our efforts to address and end sexual and domestic violence. There is an incredible lineup of presenters, from diverse backgrounds and experiences to address what survivors and communities really need – particularly those who are most underserved – not just for intervention, but also prevention and social change.
The National Indigenous Women's Resource Center’s Women Are Sacred Conference (WAS) is going virtual! The 2021 conference will provide virtual training opportunities, presentations, and keynote addresses by established and emerging Indigenous leaders and experts in the movement to end the violence on various topics focused on supporting tribal nations, tribal domestic violence programs, and tribal community-based programs.
This webinar series will equip advocates to better support victims and survivors from diverse communities of faith.
Please join the National Indigenous Women's Resource Center for this important webinar to learn how the Southwest Indigenous Women’s Coalition (SWIWC) is working to improve the tribal response to LGBTQ victim/survivors for tribal domestic violence programs and shelters.