Women's Town Hall - March 20th (6:30-8:30PM)
The Violence Against Women Act covers everything from law enforcement training for working with rape victims, to visas for immigrant women to flee their abusers, to nondiscrimination protections for LGBT survivors of violence, to a provision granting tribal courts the authority to prosecute non-Native Americans who abused Native women on tribal land. These programs have revolutionized our response to violence against women.

Would you like to talk about the importance of preserving these programs and services? Tell your own story or speak out for your organization or for a friend or family member. All of the testimony we collect (written and spoken) will be presented to our Congressional leaders to make our case to preserve and expand VAWA.

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