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Opening Plenary: Out-Shining Patriarchy: A Panel ConversationLena Alhusseini, Executive Director, Arab American Family Support Center
Reframing Advocacy: Margin-to-Center Approaches to Gender-Based ViolenceCristy Chung, Operations & Program Manager, Asian & Pacific Islander Institute on Domestic Violence
Moving Communities to ActionCorinne Sanchez, Executive Director, Tewa Women United
Powering Up A-Z Advocacy: Evidence-Based Practice ExplainedChic Dabby, Director, Asian & Pacific Islander Institute on Domestic Violence
Movement Building: Connecting the Power of the MarginsBo Thao-Urabe, Senior Director, Capacity Building and Organizational Learning, AAPIP: Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy
Pre-Conference Training Workshop 1: (Non-Violent) Re-Boot Camp on Organizational Leadership & SustainabilityBeckie Masaki, Associate Director, Asian & Pacific Islander Institute on Domestic Violence
Pre-Conference Training Workshop 2: Differing Dynamics of Domestic Violence in Asian Homes & Implications for PracticeChic Dabby, Director, Asian & Pacific Islander Institute on Domestic Violence
WORKSHOP 1. Taking Back Liberation: A Survivor Centered ApproachCindy Liou, Staff Attorney and Director of the Human Trafficking Project, Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach
WORKSHOP 2. Making Shame Change Sides: Sexual Violence and CoercionChic Dabby, Director, Asian & Pacific Islander Institute on Domestic Violence
WORKSHOP 3. Addressing Homophobia & Transphobia: Program Responses to Reducing Isolation of API LGBTQ VictimsHediana Utarti, Community Project Coordinator, Asian Women's Shelter (AWS)
WORKSHOP 4. Systems Advocacy for Language AccessJoann Lee, Managing Attorney, Los Angeles Legal Aid Foundation (LAFLA)
WORKSHOP 5. Shifting Interventions from Direct Services to a Community Accountability Model: The Vision and Practice of Creative InterventionsMimi Kim, Executive Director, Creative Interventions
WORKSHOP 6. Arts & Movement for Healing and TransformationTeresa Yu, Therapeutic Specialist, Grace Community Center
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WORKSHOP 7. Historical Trauma, Triple Trauma, Vicarious Trauma - How does all this Translate into Trauma-Informed Care?Chic Dabby, Director, Asian & Pacific Islander Institute on Domestic Violence
WORKSHOP 8. Wisconsin Hmong Advocates: Mobilizing, Organizing, and Shifting Power to End Violence Against Our CommunitiesXong Xiong, Pa Thao, Mai Xiong, Va Yang, Joua Xiong, Yee Thao, Chai Moua, and Zon Mou
WORKSHOP 9. We Own Our Lives: Economic Justice, Global Politics and Gender-Based ViolenceSujata Warrier, Director, New York City Program of the New York State Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence
WORKSHOP 10. Moving the Movement | Forward Stance!Leiana Kinnicutt, Program Manager, Futures Without Violence
WORKSHOP 11. Peerformances: Theatre-Based Community Engagement and Audience Response AssessmentsMona Belsare, Mai Family Services
WORKSHOP 12. Engaging Survivor Leadership in the MovementDilkhwaz Ahmed, Executive Director, License to Freedom
WORKSHOP 13. Sexual Harassment & Violence in the Workplace: Remedies for Victims, Implications for AdvocatesWilliam Tamayo, Regional Attorney, U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
WORKSHOP 14. What Does it Mean to be Successful? A Workshop Driven by Your WisdomKatya Fels Smyth, Founder and CEO, Full Frame Initiative
WORKSHOP 15. Comprehensive Immigration Reform: How Does it Impact API Survivors? What is Happening?Grace Huang, Policy Program Coordinator, Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence (WSCADV)
WORKSHOP 16. Queering Our Work: Emergent Questions and Strategies from LGBTQ API Anti-Violence EffortsGita Mehrotra, Professor, College of Social Work, University of Utah
WORKSHOP 17. Forced Marriage: Young Women Defying CultureChic Dabby, Director, Asian & Pacific Islander Institute on Domestic Violence
WORKSHOP 18. Changing Faith-Based Responses to Domestic Violence: Innovative Engagement in Korean Christian CommunitiesReverend Ann Rhee Menzie
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