Arte Sana's 10-Year Training Cumulative = 9,334
|With only one trainer for eight years, no grant funding for 20 months (from September 2004 to May 2006) these figures were possible through ongoing community collaborations.|
|Without an office or an operations budget, Arte Sana learned early on the power of online activism and collaborations. This map reflects Arte Sana's outreach through direct training, project content and testing partners, and the states represented by current and past ALAS members.
A sample of collective position statements & documents created online:
(2004) "Eliminating Barriers to Services for Latina/o Survivors of Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence"
(2006) "The Anti-Rape Movement without Latinas?"
(2007) Position Statement in Support of Latina Victim Advocates
(2009) "The Exploitation of Sexual Victimization for Political Agendas"
(2010) "Specific Actions for Victim Advocates to respond to SB 1070 in Arizona"
"No to Bystander Silence: Victim Rights are Human Rights"
National review of victim assistance websites for content in Spanish
Binational Solidarity Statement
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