Historical Trauma: The Effects of Unresolved Grief in Native Wisconsin

Wednesday, September 30, 2020 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm Online Training

Join us for a revealing examination of cultural trauma responses of Native Americans in Wisconsin. This webinar offers a multi-tribal and personal overview including tragedy and resilience, with guest presenters appearing alongside CJ Doxtater, End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin’s Aging and Outreach Director.

This is the second webinar in the series, Bridging Tribal and Non-Tribal Advocacy, presented together by American Indians Against Abuse, End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin, WI Coalition Against Sexual Assault, and the WI Department of Children and Families. This series of five Zoom Webinars will share the often unrecognized and unique dynamics of the eleven tribal areas in Wisconsin that address the issues of family violence, sexual assault, missing and murdered indigenous women, human trafficking, and domestic abuse.  With a focus on awareness and sharing, each webinar will bring together knowledge and techniques to complement the tribal and nontribal programs that respond to violence.  Our partner-based initiative will examine legal, historical, and cultural differences to promote understanding, community-based partnerships, and shared growth with the purpose of keeping victims, survivors and their families safe while encouraging all of our communities to thrive.

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Registration for this event has closed as of September 23, 2020.

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