Join the Coalition for Queer People of Color, Delta Tau Lambda Sorority, Inc., LGBT Issues Commission of CSG, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., SAPAC and TransForm for a series of events on...
Thurs. March 28th @ 7pm-9pm
Kraus Building, Natural Science Auditorium (Room 2140)
Tamara Williams Memorial Lecture:
Understanding Intimate Partner Violence & Why Race Matters
The author of The Ultimate Betrayal: A Renewed Look at Intimate Partner Violence, Tricia B. Bent-Goodley is Professor of Social Work and Chair of the Community, Administration and Policy Practice Sequence at Howard University School of Social Work. She has a passion for advancing social justice and human rights in relation to women’s development, violence against women, and issues impacting Black communities.
Dr. Bent-Goodley’s research has focused on violence against women and girls, HIV prevention, and healthy relationship education.
*Reception and Community Conversation after the program*
**Sponsors for this event: Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center, U-M School of Social Work, University Housing, Abuse Hurts, University Human Resources, Michigan Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual Violence**
Mon. April 1st @ 8pm-10pm
Hussey Room of the Michigan League
Acting from Silence
Acting from Silence is an active bystander Training for allies of queer/trans* and people of color who are survivors of intimate partner violence or sexual violence.
Topics to be covered are:
- Risk factors for survivors of sexual violence
- Dangers presented to trans* community
- Case scenarios (about non-report)
- Barriers of reporting unique to the queer/trans* community and communities of color
- Call to action
Acting and Speaking from Silence are part of MAP Series