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Existe Ayuda National Outreach Project


Since 2006 bilingual and bicultural Latina victim advocates and allies across the nation have collaborated to produce and pilot test products for the Existe Ayuda (help exists) National Outreach Project. The goal of the Existe Ayuda (help exists) National Outreach Project is to produce replicable Spanish-language outreach tools and training resources which can be disseminated and used to improve the cultural competence of service providers and improve the accessibility of services for Spanish-speaking victims of sexual violence.

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Arte Activista and the Bandana Project

¡Ya basta con el "fil del calzón"!

Arte Sana is pleased to announce a call for art in collaboration with the Esperanza National Initiative to End Workplace Sexual Violence Against Farmworker and Other Low-Wage Immigrant Women. Arte Sana's call for Bandana art is open to all artist working in any medium including but not limited to: fabric, drawing, painting, prints, photographs, decoupage, collages and small sculptures which may depict the bandana as a medium for awareness.

Arte SANA y Cultura CURA
Art heals and culture cures

An ongoing review of popular culture with violence prevention potential. This section includes survivor and activist art exhibits, poetry, empowering songs, and suggestions on how to use lyrics in outreach work.

Virtual gallery/galería
Corazón Lastimado
Canto y Poesía
Pop Culture
Empowering Songs

Victim Advocacy and Prevention Sin Fronteras


As a Latina-led training and advocacy non-profit based in Texas, Arte Sana has sought to empower the participation of Latinas and Latinos in the prevention of violence against women, especially along the Texas-Mexico border. Arte Sana has been recognized both within the U.S. and Mexico for its efforts.
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Sexual Assault Survivor Resources in Spanish

Due to the many requests for service information from Latina survivors, Arte Sana decided to compile a list of sexual assault victim services available in Spanish across the nation. The aim was to create a simple information access route for Latina/o victims of sexual assault who prefer or require services in Spanish. Also, the Spanish language resource cards (pictured left) are no longer available.

An Urgent Call to Action on Behalf of Latinas

In this country, there is a serious crisis revolving around Latina victim advocates working in the anti-violence movement. More and more Latino/a communities suffer from a lack of bilingual and bicultural direct service staff, trainers, and volunteers. Developed by Latina victim advocates during Sexual Assault Awareness Month, this new position statement reveals some of the real-life exploitative experiences suffered by both Latina survivors and victim advocates across the nation. It also offers some concrete steps for retaining their services and expertise.

 

 

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