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Weaving a World Without: Transformative Possibilities
2017 Sexual Assault Prevention & Intervention Conference

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INSTITUTES, CONFERENCE, AND ANNUAL MEETING SCHEDULESp
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Registration: Tu-We 8:30am-4pm; Th 7am-5:30pm; Fr 7am-11pm; Sa 8am-2:30pm
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PRE-CONFERENCE PRISON RAPE ELIMINATION ACT (PREA) INSTITUTE
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Tu 9/12 & Wed 9/13
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9am-10amOpening and Survivor SpeakerBo 9/12, Desiree 9/12-9/14, Vanessa 9/14; Eric all
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10am-10:15amBreak
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10:15am-12pmTraining for PREA RCPsGeneral PREA Training
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12pm-1:15pmLunch on your own
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1:15pm-2:45pmTraining for PREA RCPsGeneral PREA Training
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2:45pm-3pmBreak
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3pm-4pmTraining for PREA RCPsGeneral PREA Training
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CONFERENCE & NYSCASA ANNUAL MEETING
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Th 9/14
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8:15am-10:00am
Loretta Ross - Opening Keynote (continental breakfast 8:15am-9:30am; keynote 8:45am-10am)
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10am-10:15amBreak
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10:15am-11:45amTransforming Trauma: Trauma-Informed Wellness Programming at a California Women’s Prison: Desire Magsombol, Vanessa SapienLoretta Ross WorkshopUplifting and Engaging Marginalized Communities in Anti-Sexual Violence Work: Bridgit Burke, Brittni Gulotty, Brett L. Eisenberg, Phillip A. Burse, Donna Young Creative Partnerships: Moving Beyond Law Enforcement: Leah GreenCollaborating with the Disability Service System to Prevent Sexual Assault and Support Survivors: Meg Stone
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12pm-2:30pmPlenary Panel -- The Power of our Truths: Survivor Activism in Ending Child Sexual Abuse (lunch 12-1pm; panel 12:30-2:30pm): Luz Marquez Benbow, Tarana Burke, Ahmad Greene-Hayes, Erin Esposito, Ignacio Rivera, Irene "Strong Oak" Lefebvre,
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2:30pm-2:45pmBreak
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2:45pm-4:00pmRacial Justice Institute panel: Nadya Lawson (moderator), Strong Oak Lefebvre, Tracy Wright, Jean Fei, Michelle Dixon-Wall
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4-4:15pmBreak
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4:15pm-5:15pmPeople of Color Breakout SessionWhite Folks Breakout Session
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5:15pm-5:45pmWrap up Racial Justice Institute
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Fr 9/15
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8:15am-10:00am
Strong Oak Lefebvre - Keynote (continental breakfast 8:15am-9:30am; keynote 8:45-10am)
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10am-10:15amBreak
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10:15am-11:45am Why Black Lives Matter to the Anti-Sexual Violence Movement Part 1: Michelle Dixon-Wall, Tracy WrightRole of Respondent Services in Title IX Equity: Michelle CarrollSexual Abuse to Sexual Freedom: Ignacio RiveraProviding Rape Crisis Services to Incarcerated Survivors: Eirik Bjorkman, Jessica George, Lindsey Crusan-Muse, Christopher Bromson, Clarissa EspinozaDCJS VAWA Forum: Bill Schaefer
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12pm-1pmNYSCASA Annual Meeting (lunch 12-1pm)
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1pm-1:15pmBreak
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1:15pm-2:45pmWhy Black Lives Matter to the Anti-Sexual Violence Movement Part II: Michelle Dixon-Wall, Tracy Wright Strengthening Advocacy Through the Student Conduct Process: Karly Nocera, Christi Waldron, Michelle CarrollOur Story, Our Truth: Women of Color Sexual Assault Survivorship: Teresa StaffordMoving a Racial Justice Agenda Part I: Jean FeiTrauma, Including Inherited Family Trauma, Is Not Destiny: Deborah Faust
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2:45pm-3pmBreak
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3pm-4:30pmEnough is Enough: An initiative to assist our NYS colleges and universities in being safe, healthy, campus communities for students: Lynn Baniak, DOH & Nick Foster, DOHWorking in the Inter-generational Movement to End Sexual Violence Part I: Michelle Dixon-Wall, Tracy WrightTime to Tell What We Know Part I: Donna Jenson, Emily SamuelsonMoving a Racial Justice Agenda Part II: Jean Fei An (Abbreviated) Introduction to Community Accountability/Transformative Justice: Mariame Kaba
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4:30pm-4:45pmBreak
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4:45pm-6:15pmUtilizing Poetry to Ignite Change: Deirdre LoftusWorking in the Inter-generational Movement to End Sexual Violence Part II: Michelle Dixon-Wall, Tracy WrightTime to Tell What We Know Part II: Donna Jenson, Emily SamuelsonEngaging Men and Boys by Understanding and Responding to Male Sexual Victimization: Elizabeth Cronin, OVS & Thomas R. Andriola, DCJSTransformative Justice, Community-Based Alternatives & Working Towards Organizational Change: Mimi Kim
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6:15pm-6:45pmBreak
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6:45pm-8pmMia Mingus Keynote "Transforming (Violence In) Our Communities: Practice Yields the Sharpest Analysis" (dinner 6:45-7:45pm; keynote starts at 7pm)
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8:15pm-9:45pmTaina Asili Performance & Presentation -- excerpt from "Resilience"
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Sa 9/16
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9:15am-11:45am
Plenary Panel -- Organizing for Community Safety: Lessons Learned in Building Beyond the System (continental breakfast 9:15-10:30am; panel starts at 9:45): Ejeris Dixon, Strong Oak Lefebvre, Mariame Kaba, Mimi Kim, Mia Mingus, Nadya Lawson (moderator)
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11:45am-12pmBreak
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12pm-1pmDiscussion Groups (lunch 12-1pm)
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1:15pm-2:45pmCreating Community Safety Systems: Ejeris DixonAn Introduction to Transformative Justice: Mia MingusReclaiming Your Body Through Divine Creativity: Rosy Sunshine GalvánWalking in Balance with All Our Relations: An American Indian primary prevention bystander intervention curriculum based on indigenous pre-colonization values: Strong Oak Lefebvre
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2:45pm-3pmBreak
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3pm-4:30pmFree Them All: Defending the Lives of Criminalized Survivors of Violence: Mariame KabaBuilding Transformative Justice for the Long Haul: Mapping Your Pod: Mia Mingus Sex for Survivors: Lyndon CudlitzKnow tour Rights, Student Addition Michelle Carroll
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4:30pm-5pmClosing
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