Webinar: Creating Talking Sticks with Survivors

2023-05-09T18:04:48+00:00

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.

Webinar: Creating Talking Sticks with Survivors2023-05-09T18:04:48+00:00

Join the Conversation: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Relatives

2023-04-11T19:13:35+00:00

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.

Join the Conversation: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Relatives2023-04-11T19:13:35+00:00

Virtual Training: From Teen to Elder – Advocacy, Healing, and Prevention of Domestic and Sexual Violence

2023-02-13T18:54:24+00:00

Virtual Training: Interwoven Generations & Threads that Cross Our Lifespan - From Teen to Elder: Advocacy, Healing, and Prevention of Domestic and Sexual Violence - Prevention & Healing from Domestic and Sexual Violence.

Virtual Training: From Teen to Elder – Advocacy, Healing, and Prevention of Domestic and Sexual Violence2023-02-13T18:54:24+00:00

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

2023-01-10T20:09:37+00:00

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.

Sacred Hoop Coalition 8th Annual DV Symposium: Infusing Culture into Advocacy2023-01-10T20:09:37+00:00

Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Reauthorization Act of 2022 introduced in the Senate

2022-03-01T21:06:22+00:00

On Wednesday, February 10, a group of bipartisan senators introduced S. 3623, the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Reauthorization Act of 2022. The bill, which would reauthorize VAWA through 2027, includes provisions that restore critical categories of Tribal criminal jurisdiction necessary to protect Native women and children, including sexual assault, stalking, sex trafficking, child violence, obstruction of justice, and assault of Tribal justice personnel. This bipartisan bill also establishes an Alaska pilot project, which will enable a limited number of Tribes in the state to exercise special Tribal criminal jurisdiction (STCJ), and clarifies that Tribes in Maine are also eligible to [...]

Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Reauthorization Act of 2022 introduced in the Senate2022-03-01T21:06:22+00:00

Reclaiming Identity: The Power of Who We Think We Are

2021-12-07T15:18:24+00:00

How do we reclaim our own stories and the story of our community? This presentation will focus on ways we can undo who we are not and the power of reclaiming who we really are. We as all people, especially Indigenous People, can have no higher thought than who we think we are and who our communities are. In this webinar, Christina Love, ANDVSA Senior Specialist, will share the importance of story and how we see ourselves and the communities that grow us, including the importance of strong roots and some of the liberating practices that she has learned from growing back into community. Presented by Christina Love, Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault.

Reclaiming Identity: The Power of Who We Think We Are2021-12-07T15:18:24+00:00

Resilient Housing and Advocate Response Teams (HART): Red Wind Consulting

2021-12-07T15:18:24+00:00

By working as allies, Tribal Advocates and Tribal Housing Authorities can expand each other’s capacity, increase survivor options, fill tribal housing gaps, and improve long term outcomes. Each partner brings a certain skill set, knowledge base, and networking circle that can be beneficial for survivors who are participating in housing programs. This webinar will include guidance to start and sustain your housing partnerships, with some tips for staying on track. If you are already involved in Housing and Advocate Response Team (HART) work, then this webinar will also provide an opportunity for a HART check-in. You’ll be able to reflect on issues that may have come up, and consider potential action steps to work through those issues.

Resilient Housing and Advocate Response Teams (HART): Red Wind Consulting2021-12-07T15:18:24+00:00

Advocating for Children and Youth Experiencing Trauma: Red Wind Consulting

2021-12-07T15:18:24+00:00

Tribal communities have statistically high rates of children and youth affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, teen dating and sex trafficking. This webinar will discuss how children experience trauma, how their trauma symptoms can look different, and what is typically expected when providing advocacy for children and youth. Each child’s reactions to trauma will be different, but almost all children who experience trauma will have emotional or behavioral changes for some time. Reactions can become problematic when they become severe and ongoing. This webinar will examine trauma and how to provide services and supports that lessen the trauma impact related to domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, teen dating and sex trafficking.

Advocating for Children and Youth Experiencing Trauma: Red Wind Consulting2021-12-07T15:18:24+00:00

Building Cultural and Traditional Services in Schools: The power of our language, Red Wind Consulting

2021-12-07T15:18:24+00:00

In this webinar we will discuss how using empowering words today can have a powerful impact on our children. Taking a deeper look at our own language and the words our ancestors spoke helps us unlock a missing piece of ourselves. When we speak our language, we become connected in a way that can’t be seen but felt. How can introducing cultural and language class in your school help children and youth affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, teen dating and sex trafficking? This webinar will focus on using empowering words to support survivors.

Building Cultural and Traditional Services in Schools: The power of our language, Red Wind Consulting2021-12-07T15:18:24+00:00
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