The theme for this year’s conference is Uplifting Our Voices to End Sexual Violence. Our voices and our stories carry power. Uplifting the experiences of our communities brings attention, encourages connection, and sparks growth. Our voices, ALL VOICES, have a place in the work to end and prevent sexual violence, and now is our time to uplift them!
This is a free conference, with limited lodging and travel scholarships available.
Self-Care Carnival – Tuesday, April 23 at the Meshakwad Community Center from 7pm-10pm. Games, Prizes, Snacks, Crafts, Activities & More!! Open to all ages!
Honoring Survivors Pow-wow Wednesday, April 24 at the Meshakwad Community Center.
6pm – Registration | 7pm- Grand Entry | 10pm – Traveling Song.
Red Shawl Ceremony to honor, heal and remember all those affected by Sexual Assault. We will also have a Potato Dance, Spot dances and more! Open to all ages!
** Meshakwad Community Center is located at 38043 Hinkley Road, right next to the casino **
We are seeking radically inclusive workshops that both demonstrate and call attention to the many ways we can uplift our individual and collective voices to end gender based violence.
We welcome workshops that integrate both knowledge and action into culturally meaningful tools that Advocates, Survivors, Service Providers, Practitioners and our Community can use to end sexual violence.
This project is supported by Grant No. 2023-IW-AX-003 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this conference are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.