This forum brings space and conversation to the connections between racial oppression, privilege and its connections to sexual violence; and how accountability is key to the sexual violence movement's future.
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This space shares essential readings and common definitions. Before getting underway in discussions view this space for its valuable information and resources to help prepare for conversation.
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In this space TAASA staff will share resources, research, and their expertise to guide conversation along the realities of existing connections between racial oppression and sexual violence.
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TAASA will guide conversation around the importance of individual and peer accountability when it comes to moving beyond racial oppression and serving and supporting all survivors of sexual violence.
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Moderators will guide conversation around the necessities of agency/organizational accountability in moving beyond racial oppression and serving and supporting all survivors of sexual violence.
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TAASA will facilitate conversation and next steps around sexual violence movement accountability in moving beyond racial oppression and serving and supporting all survivors of sexual violence.
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This forum will look at the connections between youth homelessness and sexual violence; and how to link research results to improved standards of care for LGBTQ youth.
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Start here for an overview of sexual violence and the connections to homelessness for youth who identify as LGBTQ; and to learn how to participate in the forum.
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Christian Rummell, Senior Researcher, American Institutes for Research; Meredith Dank, Senior Research Associate, Urban Institute; and Lilly Yu, Research Assistant with Urban Institute
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This is space to share the connections between sexual violence and homelessness research and prevention work; and how advocates and preventionists can incorporate research to practice to provide trauma-informed care for LGBTQ youth.
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This forum will address key components, research-based models, and best practices for culturally specific, community approaches to restorative justice.
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Start here by exploring an overview of restorative justice and instructions on how to use the forum.
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Anne Seymour, National Crime Victim Advocate and Irene “Strong Oak” Lefebvre, Executive Director and co-founder of the Visioning B.E.A.R. Circle Intertribal Coalition INC.
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View the answers to your submitted questions here.
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Moderators will share model-based research and resources, and discuss the significance of accountability in restorative justice work.
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This discussion will explore the unique ways a community's approaches to restorative justice focus on culturally-specific best practices.
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In this discussion we'll talk about the connections between prevention, involving the community, and looking beyond the criminal justice system in relation to restorative justice.
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This forum will discuss the significance of program evaluation for organizations of the anti-sexual violence movement and best practices for implementing evaluation.
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Start here by exploring some research, information, and thoughts shared by our moderators.

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Explore alternatives and methods for programs.

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Discuss the basic principles to engage in and evaluate community-level prevention work.

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Learn and share creative approaches to evaluating programs that involve children.

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Discover new approaches for making logic models useful for programs.

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Learn and share general suggestions and techniques for creating effective surveys to evaluate your work.

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Find and share information on a variety of resources available on multilingual access.

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Dr. Stephanie Townsend and Morgan J Curtis

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The xChange Forum is an online, text-only forum that brings advocates, educators and researchers together to share lessons learned to inform practice and research to create broader social change.

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This forum will explore current research on the existing strengths, needs, and recommendations surrounding the prevention of sexual violence with Latin@ communities.
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Start here by exploring some research, information, and thoughts shared by our moderators.

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This discussion will explore organizational capacity and culturally appropriate services.

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This discussion will identify key groups/organizations engaging in and supporting sexual violence prevention and intervention in Latin@ and Spanish-speaking communities and the needs for additional coordinated community responses.

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Discover the lessons learned and recommendations from the National Needs Assessment and other research for serving Latin@ and/or Spanish-speaking communities.

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Find and share information on a variety of resources available on multilingual access.

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Dr. Chiara Sabina and Maria Jirau-Torres

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The xChange Forum is an online, text-only forum that brings advocates, educators and researchers together to share lessons learned to inform practice and research to create broader social change.

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African American women face unique risk factors and barriers to seeking help after sexual violence. This forum will explore lessons learned and current research on the sexual victimization of African American women to better inform practice and the needs of African American women for the field.
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This discussion will provide a brief historical overview of sexual assault and how it shapes the contemporary experiences of Black women.

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In this section we will explore the data, demographics, and challenges faced by Black women survivors and the environments in which the assaults occur.

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This discussion will focus on the traumas and risk factors for African American women.

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In this discussion explore the physical and mental health consequences for African American women survivors.

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In this discussion we will focus on the cultural and trauma-informed services needed.

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Find and share information a variety of resources available around sexual violence and the lives of African American women.

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Dr. Carolyn West and Kalimah Johnson

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The xChange Forum is an opportunity for those working to end sexual violence to exchange information. This online forum brings together advocates, educators and researchers to share lessons learned that inform practice and research to create broader social change. The April 12th, 2011 real time xCHANGE of information on the effectiveness of bystander intervention approaches is moderated by Dr. Victoria Banyard. Continued dialogue will occur April 13-15, 2011. An archive and summary of the forum will be available by the end of April 2011. Bystander intervention serves as the central theme and approach in the National Sexual Violence Resource Center’s 2011 Sexual Assault Awareness Month Campaign: It’s Time…to Get Involved.
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NSVRC logo This discussion will include information on a variety of resources available to support work to engage bystanders.
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Dr. Victoria Banyard Victoria Banyard is a Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of New Hampshire and co-Director of Prevention Innovations: Research and Practices for Ending Violence Against Women on Campus. Read more in the discussion thread.
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Engaging Bystander Publications Thumbnail We will discuss the leading program models for bystander intervention, including recent evaluation research.
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This discussion will focus on emerging trends in bystander intervention programming and research.
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The reloj Please share examples from your work around engaging bystanders here!
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