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This summit has a primary focus of fostering much-needed dialogue amongst anti-violence, economic justice, and social justice advocates. Come to hear experts and share ideas on how we can collectively ensure women of color, particularly survivors of violence, are not left behind in financial strain and barriers to success. Share your ideas on how to support women and families with knowledge, security, and achieving goals and what it means today in the current economic climate.
In this economic climate, how can we ensure women of color, particularly survivors of violence, are not left behind? Come hear from experts and share your ideas at a national summit to foster much-needed dialogue amongst anti-violence, economic justice, and social justice advocates. Through a mix of plenary sessions, roundtables, and small working groups, we will:
This national summit will be limited to 55 attendees with 40 from OVW-supported programs and 15 economic and social justice advocates. OVW grantees will utilize OVW training and travel funds to attend; limited travel scholarships will be available only for non-OVW grantees.
If you would like more information on this summit or to be considered for the pool of attendees, please e-mail Purvi Shah, WOCN Economic Policy and Leadership Consultant, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact WOCN at (800) 537-2238 x 280.