Identities of Domestic Violence: A panel and workshop
Join Women’s Advocates in person or online for an educational panel and workshop.
This event will inspire attendees to connect, share services, and equip each other with resources, contacts and knowledge from various and overlapping perspectives.
On October 21st from 9:30-11:30am CST at the Wilder Foundation at 451 Lexington Parkway N in Saint Paul, and broadcast live on Facebook, you’ll hear from panelists about domestic abuse and its far-reaching impacts on the personal and professional lives of the Minnesota community and beyond.
9:30 EVENT BEGINS
Hear from panelists that share perspectives of addressing domestic violence within specific and overlapping identities; including ethnicity, citizenship status, ability, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, religion/spirituality, and gender.
Attendees will break out into small workshop groups after a Q&A with the panelists.
11:30 END OF EVENT
Following the closing remarks, attendees may leave or visit the resource tables
8 COMMUNITY PANELISTS
- Dr. Sheila Sweeney, Psychotherapist & Founder of Peaces ‘n PuzSouls
- Rachel Kohler, Standpoint Staff Attorney
- Alison Canty, Women’s Advocates Day Programs Supervisor
- Lisa Sanders Szabo, YWCA THP Children’s Program Coordinator
- Koal Williams, Face to Face Health Educator
- Miski Abdulle, Director of Immigrant Women’s Advocacy Project at Pillsbury United
- Sharon, St. Paul Intervention Project
- Taylor Romero Hall, Community Advocacy and Training Specialist, OutFront MN Anti-Violence Program