4 Theatre Professionals came together to work on pieces about childhood, the Troubles in Ireland, and fidelity. After our first rehearsal, we discovered that we were victims of sexual assault. What has resulted is our theatre piece, Mum's [Not] the Word. Incest, clergy molestation, rape and abuse and how we cope all rolled into an hour and 15 minutes of truth, honesty and humor.
A collection of nursery rhymes, spoken word and monologues. Conceived, written and starring Donna Barkman*, Nicole Jesson* Elizabeth June* and Malini Singh McDonald
Stage Manager: Samantha Hooper-Hamersley
Friday May 6th at 7:30pm;
Saturday May 7th at 3pm and 7:30pm
Over a Decade of Healing Through Art
Friday, Oct. 3rd--Artist's Reception and Opening 6:00-8:00 pm
Saturday, Oct. 4th--Show and Gallery Open 11:00 am-5:00 pm
For more information contact Holly Beck at 631-264-5915 ext. 302 firstname.lastname@example.org
Something very special happens when families, people in recovery, and professionals meet together to learn at our conference. Every year, participants say they’re filled with new energy, insight and knowledge. Translation? They’re better able to care for themselves, their loved ones and their patients. This year’s conference, with a focus on Recovery, will be no exception! Register online now. Discounted rates if you register before July 31, 2010! Get ready to be inspired by the most sought after experts from around the globe!
Keynote speaker: Naomi Wolf, “Creating a Culture for Recovery that Defies
Family Panel, moderated by Ovidio Bermudez, MD “Rebuilding Relationships”
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.
Rensselaer County Sexual Assault Response Team (SART)
Join members of the Rensselaer County Sexual Assault Response Team (SART), students and professionals from healthcare, law enforcement, counseling, advocacy, higher education, and prosecution from throughout New York State for the third annual one-day conference on preventing and responding to sexual assault. Attendees of the conference may choose from a variety of workshops which fit their interests and training needs, and will also have the opportunity to network with other professionals. The cost to attend the full-day conference is $40, which includes breakfast, lunch, refreshments, all conference materials and parking. This year, we are able to offer a special student rate of $32 for full-time students. Detailed directions, parking instructions and helpful reminders will be emailed to attendees in advance of the conference.
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