Sexual Assault on Tribal College Campuses Webinar: Red Wind Consulting

(11:00-12:30 pm AK Time, 12:00-1:30pm PST, 1:00-2:30pm MST, 3:00-4:30pm EST) Presented by Victoria Ybanez and Raquel DeHerrera Our Native communities experience sexual violence at higher rates than non-Native communities and our Tribal college campuses are not immune to the impacts of sexual assault. Understanding the dynamics of sexual assault is important to know when creating a culturally holistic sexual assault response on your campus. This webinar will define what sexual assault is and how it impacts students, faculty and staff on Tribal college campuses. It will also point out possible barriers to responding to sexual assault on Tribal college campuses and [...]

Sacred Hoop Coalition 8th Annual DV Symposium: Infusing Culture into Advocacy

Grand Casino Hinckley 777 Lady Luck Drive, Hinckley, MN, United States

Please join the Sacred Hoop Coalition for the 8th Annual Domestic Violence Symposium: Infusing Culture into Advocacy. The Symposium is an opportunity for us to come together to discuss emerging trends and issues in the work to end violence against Native women and strategies to make our communities safe and programs accessible to Native survivors of domestic/intimate partner violence. The theme of this year’s symposium is Infusing Culture into Advocacy: using culture in our advocacy response, including healing through culture, and making cultural resources available to those we serve.

DV/SV/Advocacy 101 Membership Training

Virtual Google Meet

Do you have new advocates in your program? Do you have seasoned advocates who may need a refresher? Please join Mending the Sacred Hoop for a one-day training on Domestic Violence 101, Sexual Violence 101, and Advocacy 101.

Join the Conversation: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Relatives

Virtual Google Meet

This webinar will be a discussion-based training on the intersections of Murdered and Missing Indigenous Relatives and the Intersections of Violence beyond gender, age, ability, and sexuality. Please join us to weave advocacy into response of MMIR in Tribal communities.

Webinar: Creating Talking Sticks with Survivors

Virtual Google Meet

Lisa Marie Iyotte will share with participants how making and sharing talking sticks can help with a survivor’s healing journey. Lisa will talk about what you can do to make a talking stick. We encourage you to do this on your own at your own pace after this session or with others who support you.

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