Creating Impactful Inclusion in Advocacy: A Panel Discussion
Domestic violence creates significant fear and trauma for survivors, but for many, the impacts of systemic racism and oppression further violate their trust in systems and isolate them from being able to access resources to seek safety and healing.
Meaningful inclusion requires us to amplify the voices and experiences of diverse communities. In this training and panel discussion, you will hear the perspectives of advocates with diverse identities as they discuss the challenges, barriers, and impacts of oppression that survivors in unserved and underserved communities face, as well as learn how to create impactful inclusion in your advocacy work with domestic violence survivors.
Key Note Speaker: Shannon Isom, CEO, YWCA Dayton
Panelists: Strong Oak Lefebvre, Executive Director, Visioning B.E.A.R. Circle Intertribal Coalition; Tiffany Jiron, Advocate Coordinator, Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women; Rebecca Callahan, Executive Director, CANAPI; Dara Cosby, Diversity Educator, Consultant, and Creator; Natchawi Waldman, Community Program Director, Center for the Pacific Asian Family; Kate Abruzinno, Victim Advocate and Outreach Specialist, OneEighty; Hope Anne Dueck, Co-founder, A Better Way
Panel Moderator: Nancy Grigsby, ODVN Consultant
Deadline to Register: Monday, February 14, 2022
American Sign Language interpreters will be available.
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