Featuring – Loretta J. Ross, a pioneer and visionary in the violence against women movement. Ms. Ross is acclaimed for her early role as one of the first African American women to direct a rape crisis center in the 1970’s. She is a Co-Founder of the SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Health Collective and currently serves as its National Coordinator. Her work focuses on the intersectionality of social justice issues and how this affects social change and service delivery in all movements. Ms. Ross will be discussing the history of the movement to end violence against women and how our movement may meet new challenges that are both local and global in nature
Also featured at the conference, panel presentations and topical discussions on:
- Child Sexual Abuse
- Male Victimization
- Prison Rape
- Victimization in LGBTQIA Communities
- Human Trafficking
- Prevention Strategies
- And more…
Register online here: http://bit.ly/KBAJDl
Registration fee is $10 before July 9 and $20 thereafter. Scholarships available. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Lunch will be provided by Busboys & Poets for a separate cash only charge of $15 to be paid individually on-site. Menu options provided at time of registration.
Immediately following will be a networking reception and the FREE ‘Your Blues Ain’t Like Mine’ Poetry Set featuring area artists speaking to violence in communities of color. Stick around for this awesome event and wait out the traffic too!