As COVID-19 continues to disrupt our daily lives, Advocates are adjusting!
To continue responding to concerns in our community and offering educational opportunities, we’ve launched a new, interactive program online called Ask an Advocate. In these live events Advocates and guests respond to questions we’ve collected from students, parents, and various community members we’ve met through our live events last fall. Moreover, we respond to questions from participants in real time!
We’ve also sliced the hours of recording into bite-sized clips that explore a single question or topic at a time. Find answers to your questions or explore videos to expand your awareness and understanding of how to confront sexual violence and domestic abuse.
And join us at the next live event!
October was Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) so we pivoted our Ask an Advocate series from interviewing experts to give voice to a DV survivor who feels strongly that her story can help other survivors.
Not overly graphic or triggering, this story of engaging with justice systems is a cautionary tale of managing expectations and how we need our communities – more than anything – to keep each other safe
Sexual Assault Response Program Manager for CCASA
Jenna Harper of CCASA on Racism & Sexual Violence
Racism & Sexual Violence are Connected?
Overcoming Privilege to Practice Empathy
Power Narraitives are Woven into Society
Solutions & Tactics
Primary Prevention & A.C.E.s
Youth Victim Advocate
Julia & Graham Respond to Student Questions
How to Support Survivors
Turn to Law Enforcement or a Trusted Adult?
Age is More than a Number
Media & Male Victimization
Lisel & Graham Respond to Parents’ Questions
As a Parent…
False Reports & Victim Blaming
The Value of a Community Response
Title IX Snapshot
Shelter Manager/ Victim Advocate
Maria Paula Gonzalez
Advocates Board Member
Pregunta un Defensor: Milena & Maria Paula
Que es Violencia Domestica?
Featuring: Carolyn Lawrence
Colorado Mountain College – Deputy Title IX Coordinator