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Workshop Schedule

Monday, November 1

  • Importancia de Reconocer las Fortalezas de la Comunidad Latina para la Eliminación de la Violencia contra la Mujer – Virginia Perez-Ortega – Rural Project Coordinator – New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence
  • Culturally-competent educational programming EN ESPAÑOL - Sandra Molinari - Life Skills Coordinator - SafePlace
  • Latinas, Domestic Violence, and the Spread of HIV/AIDS – Susan Clark – Crisis Counselor – Parkland Hospital
  • From Page to Stage: How to Write for Public Performance - Celeste Guzmán Mendoza – Independent Consultant
  • Conozca sus Derechos (plan de acción para enfrentar una redada de inmigración) – Elizabeth Balcarcel – Asistente Legal del Programa para Víctimas - IowaCASA
  • Combating Barriers in the Access to Justice: Latina Critical Advocacy – Roberta Villalón –   Assistant Professor – St John's University
  • Keynote: Victimization, Help-seeking, and Cultural Factors Among Latino Women: Results from the National SALAS Study – Dr. Carlos Cuevas - Assistant Professor – Northeastern University – Dr. Chiara Sabina – Assistant Professor – Penn State Harrisburg
  • Grassroots Marketing: Organizing to Advance Latin@ Initiatives – Rose Luna – Training/Diversity Specialist – Texas Association Against Sexual Assault
  • LGBT Latin@s Victims of Family Violence: A Minority with in a Minority – José Juan Lara Jr. – Director of Advocacy & Training – Texas Advocacy Project
  • From Put@s to Personas: Addressing Rape Culture with Latin@s – Laura Zárate – Executive Director – Arte Sana
  • The Joy Diet (Self-Care for Advocates) – Marta Sanchez – Artist. Speaker. Activist. Writer. – Independent Consultant

 

Tuesday, November 2

  • Prevención Primaria e Intervención de Bystanders – Carolina Alzuru – Latina/o Services Coordinator – Orange County Rape Crisis Center & Lynne Walter – Prevention Education Coordinator – North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault
  • Technology, Advocacy and Safety – Clara Galván-Lindstrom – Advocate, Activist and Author – Alianza Latina en contra la Agresión Sexual
  • Ensuring Meaningful Access to Services for Individuals with Limited English Proficiency – Rosie Hidalgo – Director of Public Policy – Casa de Esperanza
  • Las Olvidadas: Mujeres Indígenas Mexicanas Inmigrantes (victimas de violencia sexual en los Estados Unidos) – Graciela Laguna – Coordinadora de Servicios a Víctimas y Acceso – Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence
  • Cutting Away at Emotional Pain – Renee Baker – Advisory Board Member – Youth First Texas & Judith Dumont – Director of Youth Services – Youth First Texas
  • Sexual Assault Response Teams (SARTs): Strategies for Success – Lisa Zapata-Maling – SART Program Coordinator – Texas Office of the Attorney General
  • Married to the Media: We Need You and You Need Us – Rebecca Aguilar – Freelance Multimedia Reporter
  • Keynote: The Pornographic Mirror: Facing the Ugly Realities of Patriarchy and White Supremacy – Robert Jensen – Journalist professor – The University of Texas at Austin
  • Víctimas y sobrevivientes de Abuso Sexual en una redada de inmigración – Elizabeth Balcarcel – Asistente Legal del Programa para Víctimas - IowaCASA & Sonia Parras Honrad – Directora – ASISTA
  • Altars and the healing process – Ivonne Acero – Owner/facilitator – The creative power
  • Confronting the Economic and Sexual Exploitation of Low-Wage Immigrant Women – Mónica Ramírez – Staff Attorney/Project Director – Southern Poverty Law Center Esperanza Project
  • The impact of sexual abuse on the family – Diana Garza Louis – Director – Rio Grande Counseling Center
  • ALAS panel: Preventing Latina victim advocate burnout and tokenism – Rosa Herrin – Program Coordinator – The Villager/El Pueblo, Aline Jesus Rafi – Coordinator of SA Prevention Education and Response – Emory University

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