Prevention Today for a Safer Tomorrow
June 8 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm PDT
The criminal justice system is failing to stop sexual violence, but it is causing grave harms of its own that target marginalized communities.
In an environment of pervasive moral panic, few are brave enough to talk about alternatives… but on June 8 you can meet and discuss with some of those who are.
- Featuring Gilian Tenbergen’s introduction as Prostasia’s new Executive Director
- With a screening and Q&A of The Recall: Reframed with Rebecca Richman Cohen
- And more!
|10:00 PDT||Welcome and opening remarks from Gilian Tenbergen|
Meet the new Executive Director of Prostasia Foundation and hear her vision of prevention today for a safer tomorrow.
|10:30 PDT||Panel #1: How our response to child abuse can work better for survivors and minorities|
How are marginalized communities currently harmed by carceral, sex-negative approaches to child protection? How can we move towards an approach that is informed by public health principles that upholds the rights and dignity of all? Panelists TBA.
|11:00 PDT||Screening of The Recall: Reframed|
|11:20 PDT||Panel #2: Discussion of The Recall: Reframed|
Director/Producer Rebecca Richman Cohen and other guests TBA will talk about how this film challenges popular assumptions, and raises questions about how our society can better serve survivors in its response to sexual violence.
|11:40 PDT||General Q&A and discussion|
|12:00 PDT||Event close|
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