Webinar: Tuesday, July 25, 2017 at 1:00pm
Intersectional Solutions Part II
Advancing Racial & Economic Equity for Survivors of Color and Immigrant Survivors
On July 29, 2017 partners Asian Pacific Institute on Gender-Based Violence and Texas Council on Family Violence facilitated a webinar The goal of this webinar is to put an intersectional advocacy framework into practice and offer concrete strategies for systems change to address racial, cultural, and gender inequities.
In the fourth part of CSAJ’s Racial & Economic Equity for Survivors Webinar Series, we welcome partners, Asian Pacific Institute on Gender-Based Violence and Texas Council on Family Violence. The goal of this webinar is to: put an intersectional advocacy framework into practice and offer concrete strategies for systems change to address racial, cultural, and gender inequities. Faculty will continue and expand the conversation around intersectional advocacy by illuminating the particular experiences of immigrant and refugee survivors as well as key knowledge/research gaps that could help us better shape our advocacy. They will also offer concrete systems change strategies, drawing on examples from the child custody, housing, and other economic issues facing survivors from immigrant and refugee communities.
Important Note: Please take some time to take this self-assessment prior to the webinar. It should provide you with grounding in how racial and economic inequality is showing up in your work. Faculty will also use it to determine which economic issue areas to highlight during the webinar.
After this webinar, participants should walk away with:
An increased understanding of how gender-based violence interlocks with economic insecurity and marginalization, particularly for Asian and Pacific survivors.
The ability to articulate how an intersectional framework can inform your practice.
Concrete ways to engage in policy or systems change to address economic disparities facing marginalized survivors.
Key Audience: This webinar is particularly geared toward lawyers, legal advocates, and advocates working with immigrant and refugee survivors, survivors of color, and/or their communities. It is also relevant to program managers, directors, and policy makers.
It is open to LAV, Rural, CLASSP, Underserved, State/Territorial Coalitions, and Tribal Coalition grantees of the Office on Violence Against Women, and all other nonprofit service providers who work to enhance advocacy for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking.*
Chic Dabby, Executive Director, Asian Pacific Institute on Gender-Based Violence
Sarah Khan, Project Specialist, Asian Pacific Institute on Gender-Based Violence
Krista DelGallo, Policy Manager, Texas Council on Family Violence
Mona Muro, Policy Coordinator, Texas Council on Family Violence
Hosted by Lisalyn Jacobs, Legal & Policy Director, Center for Survivor Agency & Justice