Communi-Tea: Violence Among Indigenous Womxn
We know that Indigenous womxn and youth have the highest rates of sexual and domestic violence, but let’s look at how preventive education and awareness can reduce the amount of violence within our communities. Come join us for an evening discussion around sexual violence, sex trafficking, and teen dating violence within Indigenous communities and surrounding areas. Featuring speakers from Sexual Assault Services of Northwest New Mexico and the Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women, this event will help equip youth-serving adults with strategies that these and other local organizations are using to prevent negative health outcomes in their communities. Come with an open mind and heart, and please bring any questions you might have for the Q&A at the end.
First + Last Name
School or Organization You Represent
Your Role at the School/Organization
We will provide snacks + drinks. Please share any food allergies or dietary restrictions below.
The space is wheelchair accessible. If you require additional accommodations, please let us know!
If you would like to submit questions to our panelists, please do so below. (While we may not have time for every question submitted, we will do our best to address all of the broad themes.)
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