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FREE WEBINAR: “Questions You Asked: Further Conversations on Domestic Violence, Social Justice, and Faith

The response to our May webinar “Uncovering the Roots of Violence: New Perspectives on Domestic Violence, Social Justice, and Faith,” was overwhelming. (Thank you the 1200+ registrants!) Participants from all over the world raised incisive questions that call for further conversation, so we are reconvening our panel of anti-violence pioneers to move the dialog forward! Watch the May Webinar

Join us on Wednesday, June 27 for Questions You Asked: Further Conversations on Domestic Violence, Social Justice, and Faith—a FREE webinar expanding the conversation on specific ways we can work together to change cultures of violence in our homes, our places of worship, and our communities.

Speakers include Riane Eisler, internationally known for her work to reveal the deep historical and cultural foundations of misogyny and violence in books such as The Chalice and the Blade and Sacred Pleasure; Julie Owens, a ground-breaking trainer in the field of domestic violence prevention and victim advocacy, and Ron Clark, Church-Planter and Minister of Portland, Oregon’s Agape Church of Christ, who has authored Freeing the Oppressed and developed innovative approaches to enrolling clergy-people as effective advocates for those who are victimized or oppressed. 

The discussion will be moderated by Renita Robinson, CEO of the Green Bay, Wisconsin YWCA and longtime educator and advocate for victims of sexual and domestic violence.

Eisler, Owens, and Clark will respond to your questions about strategies for moving away from traditions of domination and forging healthier and more equitable relationships - without leaving behind the faith traditions that can inspire and sustain our journey. They’ll explain the key catalysts of positive cultural transformation, offer additional action-oriented resources and tools, and invite further dialog with attendees.

This webinar will be recorded, and all registrants will receive the video link.