Renowned Healer/Author/ Health Activist, Queen Afua, will be starring in the healing theatrical, 'If your Womb could Talk', a dramatization of her highly acclaimed book, 'Overcoming an Angry Vagina: A Journey to Womb Wellness'. Hear the stories, and testimonies of women overcoming their drama, and healing their bodies through releasing emotional trauma's from their past. Call 201-898-9905 for RSVP information.
The Ending Violence Against Native Women Training Institute provides a strong foundation for advocates and their allies to work effectively with their own programs and within a coordinated response. The Institute begins with a one day plenary session to build a shared understanding of the dynamics of violence against native women and highlights coordinated community response initiatives. The last 4 days you will attend one of the five workshops offered and closing ceremony.
A documentary expose of the commercial sexual exploitation of girls in New York City as they are sold on the streets by pimps and treated as criminals by police. Questions and answers to follow the film screening.
A story of sacrifice, unity and transedence, Pray the Devil Back to Hell honors the strength and perserverance of the women of Liberia. Inspiring, uplifting and most of all motivating, it is a compelling testimony of how grassroots activism can alter the history of nations.
Join Columbia University for a basketball tournament promoting the importance of sexual consent. Teams of 5 are needed for 3-on-3 tournaments ($25 per team, $5 per individual--to be paired with a team). All proceeds benefit NSBE. Students, administrators, and community members are welcome.
Survivors” Women’s Conference is a conference specifically for women who find themselves caught up in one or more issues faced by women and girls all over the country regardless of ethnicity, religion, or socio-economic status. It will be facilitated by women who have survived or escaped each issue.
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