Join fellow advocates, American Indians Against Abuse (AIAA), and End Domestic Abuse WI (End Abuse) for this annual gathering. This training is designed for advocates of domestic abuse and sexual assault survivors.
August 14: The Oneida Nation of Wisconsin will offer the opening ceremony, followed by Corrine Sanchez of Tewa Women United. In her keynote training, Healing Justice: Our Path Forward, Corrine will discuss what putting healing at the center of works means for Tewa Women United through a Healing Justice framework. Tewa Women United (TWU) is led by Native women concerned with the traumatic effects of colonization, religious inquisition, and militarization leading to issues such as alcoholism, suicide, domestic/sexual violence and environmental violence. TWU believes in strengthening and re-strengthening beloved families and communities to end violence against women, girls, and Mother Earth.
August 15: The training will include a variety of topics such as healing from trauma and gender based violence prevention, as well as opportunities for participants to guide conversations using Open Spaces – a method for self-organizing discussion tracks that allows groups of people to interact in a simple, productive, organized way to create valuable dialogues that address the participants’ most important issues.
Registration is open from June 24th through August 7. The$50 registration fee includes training materials, as well as breakfast and lunch for both days. Scholarships are available for tribal program advocates. Apply to AIAA by July 29. Contact AIAA at 715-634-9980 with questions.
Reserve a room by July 29. There is a block of hotel rooms for 8/13 & 8/14 at the rate of $82/night at the Radisson Hotel & Conference Center. Call 800-333-3333 or the hotel direct at 920-494-7300 and mention End Domestic Abuse WI to reserve rooms. (All rooms are non-smoking, although smoking is allowed in the Casino.)