Friday, April 29, 2011 wear jeans as visible support for victims and survivors of sexual violence. Take pictures of yourself, colleagues, friends, and family wearing jeans and post your pics on HODAC's facebook page.* *Pictures will be removed if they are deemed inappropriate
Walk A Mile in Her Shoes® The International Men’s March to Stop Rape, Sexual Assault & Gender Violence needs YOU! Walk a Mile in Her Shoes asks men to literally walk one mile in a pair of women’s shoes to raise awareness and funds to support the Women’s Center’s services for sexual assault victims.
Every 90 Seconds a Woman is Raped in America. Participating in this walk is courageous. Educating our community about sexual violence is vital. Supporting and empowering victims is HEROIC. Put Yourself in Her Shoes Walk for your daughter, your son, your wife, your mother, your niece, your nephew, your colleague, yourself!
Registration 8:00 a.m.
Walk starts 9:00 a.m.
Banner Island Ballpark, Home of the Stockton Ports Each walker will receive a FREE T-shirt and a voucher for a FREE ticket to a Stockton Ports regular season home game.
SARA, Foothills Child Advocacy Center, and The Shelter for Help in Emergency
Clergy, youth ministers, congregational leaders, religious education teachers, and all interested adults who care about the health and well-being of children are encouraged to attend this forum on child abuse prevention presented by SARA, Foothills Child Advocacy Center, and The Shelter for Help in Emergency.
Facts about the problem of child sexual abuse including prevalence, consequences and circumstances of child sexual abuse.
The importance of talking about the prevention of sexual abuse with children and other adults.
How the community is collaborating to identify and help children exposed to domestic violence.
Simple, effective strategies for protecting children from sexual abuse.
The signs of sexual abuse or exposure to domestic violence so that you might intervene and be able to react responsibly.
New skills for adults to prevent, recognize and react responsibly to child sexual abuse
Ideas for integrating abuse prevention into your existing educational programs
Share with your congregation:
Policies to keep children safe
Additional training opportunities from the sponsor organizations
National speakers, including Jean Kilbourne, Ed.D., Bonnie Halpern-Felsher, Ph.D, and Nan Stein, Ed.D will examine the prevalence of sexual harassment and gender-based violence that teens face, its effects on teens in school, relationships, mental and physical health, future victimization or perpetration, and academic success. Presenters will look at the root causes of sexual harassment and gender-based violence as well as the legal implications for schools. As a learning community, participants will explore promising primary prevention strategies in preventing adolescent peer-to-peer sexual harassment and gender-based violence.
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