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  • Centering Love in the Journey to End Gender-Based Violence

    29 MAG 2024 · At the core of it all, under all of our evidence, terminology and funding structures: love is the key to ending sexual and intimate partner violence.  In a movement made almost entirely of survivors, we know healthy love will heal our communities and create a world free of violence. The question that remains is "How do we bring love into our-day-to-day, when so much about how our culture and work structures operate challenge the idea of radical love in and of itself?" Audrey Jordan and Shiree Teng recently came together to speak to our movement about radical love, love of self, of others and of community in a recent PreventConnect Web Conference: https://www.preventconnect.org/2024/04/measuring-love-in-the-journey-to-end-sexual-and-intimate-partner-violence/. The conversation revealed just how challenging it can be for preventionists to see love in their program structures and outcomes. For this episode of PreventConnect, I got to chat with two people I really admire in this field: Rosá Beltre, who leads the Ohio Alliance to End Sexual Violence and Ashleigh-Klein-Jimenez, Director of Prevention at VALOR in California.  Rosá and Ashleigh are both women who cultivate love, while remaining fierce leaders in their work to end violence.  We’re talking about where love comes into our work, why it’s challenging for us to talk about, and what it looks like in prevention work. Resources mentioned in this Podcast: https://www.preventconnect.org/2024/04/measuring-love-in-the-journey-to-end-sexual-and-intimate-partner-violence/ https://www.preventconnect.org/2024/05/measuring-love-in-the-journey-to-end-sexual-and-intimate-partner-violence-session-2/ Measuring Love in the Journey to End Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence Part 3 (Publishes Thursday, May 30.)  https://oaesv.org/ https://www.valor.us/ https://homeboyindustries.org/ https://www.preventconnect.org/2023/07/health-equity-in-practice-session-2-why-anti-racism-is-an-integral-part-of-sexual-violence-prevention/
    Ascoltato 58 min. 23 sec.
  • Disability Justice Highlight Reel Part 2: Disability Justice as a Value and Practice

    30 APR 2024 · https://youtu.be/HdSpJ0PCcRk People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities experience sexual and domestic violence at drastically https://disabilityjustice.org/sexual-abuse/#:~:text=Women%20with%20a%20disability%20are,assaulted%20more%20than%2010%20times.but despite how many survivors in our movement are in the disability community, they are rarely involved in our work to end violence… or compensated for their contributions when they are.  Despite immense barriers, self-advocates in the disability community are making huge steps to advocate for disability justice in prevention and advocacy spaces.  You’re listening to a special 2-part episode of PreventConnect, where we are pulling together some of the most impactful keynotes and interviews to come out of PreventConnect and VALOR around disability justice and inclusion, along with some new interviews about how staff are putting what we’ve learned into practice. For this installment, I interviewed my colleague and friend, Priscilla Klassen, who leads VALOR's Disability Rights and Inclusion Project, C.A. Leads. Priscilla was also at the forefront of accessibility efforts at the 2024 National Sexual Assault Conference.  Our conversation delves into systemic barriers to integrating Disability Justice into organizational frameworks, learning through practice and how she approaches Disability Rights and Justice work. To download a transcript of this episode, click https://www.preventconnect.org/wp-content/uploads/2024/04/DJ-Pt.-2-Transcript.txt. Resources mentioned in this podcast: - https://www.preventconnect.org/2024/03/disability-justice-highlight-reel-part-1-ableism-and-systems-of-harm/ - https://www.sinsinvalid.org/
    Ascoltato 42 min. 3 sec.
  • Building Connected Communities: Sexual Assault Awareness Month 2024

    29 APR 2024 · Believing in a world free of sexual and intimate partner violence means daring to imagine what communities would look like of everyone had equal access to health, safety and livelihood.  When we allow ourselves to imagine “what if,” we create the stepping stones to get us there.  For Sexual Assault Awareness Month, the National Sexual Violence Resource Center is calling on people to think about what their communities could be, and take steps to get there.  In a special bonus podcast episode, taken from our Instagram live event earlier this month, we spoke with NSVRC staff Jayla Murdock and Mo Lewis to talk about their national campaign: Building Connected Communities, which leverages Health Equity Frameworks to impact whole communities in the work to end sexual violence. Because this is a recording from an Instagram LiveStream, there may be moments where audio cuts out or gets spotty. You can find the video stream with captions at our https://www.instagram.com/preventconnect/, and follow-along with the https://www.preventconnect.org/wp-content/uploads/2024/04/SAAM-Transcript-1.txt to this episode.
    Ascoltato 39 min. 54 sec.
  • Disability Justice Highlight Reel Part 1: Ableism and Systems of Harm

    28 MAR 2024 · This Podcast episode is the first in a two-part series, exploring Disability Justice as a fundamental value in the anti-sexual and intimate partner violence movement, in honor of National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month.  People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities experience sexual and domestic violence at drastically https://disabilityjustice.org/sexual-abuse/#:~:text=Women%20with%20a%20disability%20are,assaulted%20more%20than%2010%20times.but have historically not been included in shaping solutions.  Despite immense barriers, self-advocates in the disability community are making huge steps to advocate for disability justice in prevention and advocacy spaces.  For this special 2-part episode of PreventConnect, we pulled together some of the most impactful keynotes and interviews to come out of PreventConnect and VALOR around disability justice and inclusion, along with some new interviews about how staff are putting what we’ve learned into practice.  To download a transcript of this episode, click https://www.preventconnect.org/wp-content/uploads/2024/03/Transcript-2.txt Featured Guests: Lydia X.Z. Brown (they/them) Cierra Olivia Thomas-Williams (ney nee/she/her) Find resources mentioned in this podcast, and more information about guests at preventconnect.org
    Ascoltato 34 min. 47 sec.
  • Fighting Hate with Hope: Youth Power vs. Adult Fear

    29 FEB 2024 · This conversation explores the importance of youth engagement and centering youth voices in the creating inclusive environments for LGBTQ+ students, in the context of sexual violence prevention. In 2023, the Youth Advisory Board at Atria Collective organized in response to parents bringing an anti-trans speaker to a local high school. Supported by staff and adults at Atria Collective, Claire, Theo and their peers organized a queer joy rally that made national news and had a lasting impact on their school climate. This podcast explores the planning, execution, and impact of the youth-led event, and highlights the power of youth voices and the ability to overcome adult fear. To download a transcript of this episode, visit preventconnect.org. Resources mentioned in this podcast: https://www.womensafe.net/atria https://www.preventconnect.org/2023/11/identifying-solutions-to-school-based-prevention-programming-resistance-key-themes-and-takeaways-from-preventconnects-town-hall/ https://www.sevendaysvt.com/news/hundreds-gather-in-vergennes-to-protest-anti-trans-speaker-38493926 https://outrightvt.org/ Chapters - 00:00 Introduction and Background - 05:16 Centering Youth Voices and Youth Engagement - 13:14 Joining the Youth Advisory Board - 17:30 Anti-Trans Speaker at Virgens High School - 21:17 The Power of Demonstrations - 29:09 Organizing the Rally - 42:14 The Rally - 44:46 Planning and Preparation - 45:31 Event Execution - 46:50 Atmosphere and Experience - 48:10 Youth Power vs Adult Fear - 49:52 Lasting Impact on the Community - 52:18 Lasting Impact
    Ascoltato 47 min. 32 sec.
  • Exploring Connections Between Green Spaces & Safer Communities

    30 GEN 2024 · This episode explores the connection between green spaces and sexual violence prevention, specifically in rural areas. Our guests from https://hopeshores.org/ and the https://mcedsv.org/ discuss the importance of community gardens and their impact on food security, mental health, and community connection. Learning from indigenous wisdom and connection to nature, as well as the unique challenges and opportunities in rural greening, Hope Shores explains the early stages of their greening project: creating a survivor-led garden, and the hopes and dreams for the garden. To download a transcript of this episode or watch the video podcast, head to preventconnect.org. Guests Paige Allia, Hope Shores Alliance (she/they) Andrew Balk, Hope Shores Alliance (he/him) Sarah Carter, Michigan Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual Violence (she/they/he). Resources mentioned in this podcast https://www.preventconnect.org/2024/01/greening-growing-strategies-to-create-protective-environments-and-prevent-sexual-domestic-violence/ Chapters 00:00 Introduction and Welcome 01:07 Introduction to Greening and Growing Web Conference 03:00 Introducing the Guests and Their Backgrounds 04:11 Understanding the Coalition and Local Partner Relationship 05:10 Exploring the Connection Between Green Spaces and Safer Communities 07:34 Paige's Experience with Green Spaces and Community Gardens 09:38 The Importance of Greening in Rural Areas 10:48 The Intersection of Green Spaces and Healing 11:41 The Coalition's Interest in Green Spaces and Sexual Violence Prevention 14:36 Recognizing the Importance of Indigenous Wisdom and Nature Connection 16:28 The Need for Innovative Strategies in Sexual Violence Prevention 19:26 The Unique Challenges and Opportunities of Rural Greening 23:35 Understanding the Rural Area Served by Hope Shores Alliance 27:11 Addressing Food Insecurity and Poverty in Rural Communities 28:55 The Connection Between Greening and Food Sovereignty 30:52 The Healing and Psychological Benefits of Green Spaces 35:21 The Early Stages of the Greening Project 37:47 Creating a Survivor-Led Garden 41:47 The Hopes and Dreams for the Garden 51:44 Spreading Love and Knowledge 52:25 Closing Remarks and Ways to Connect
    Ascoltato 45 min. 44 sec.
  • 2023 Prevention Reflections Pt. 2

    21 DIC 2023 · Preventionists and people committed to advancing social justice coming together to make each other stronger. That’s what PreventConnect is all about. From intentional approaches to anti-racism and sexual violence, to taking on housing, to looking at violence through a public health lens – our movement is not backing down. We are gaining momentum to dismantle harmful norms that have shaped the anti-violence field for decades. For this episode of PreventConnect, I connected with Ashleigh-Klein Jimenez and Shelby Vice to look back on some of the biggest moments for Prevention in 2023. This is the second in a two-part series, taking a pause to look back on where we’ve been in order to commit to a path forward together. Resources mentioned in this podcast: https://www.preventconnect.org/2023/11/2023-prevention-reflections-pt-1/ https://www.valor.us/2023/03/07/car-conversations-guide/ https://www.preventconnect.org/2023/06/the-grooming-myth-fighting-anti-lgbtq-rhetoric/ https://www.preventconnect.org/2023/11/national-sexual-assault-conference-prevention-track-recordings-available-now/ https://www.preventconnect.org/2023/07/housing-justice-as-prevention-national-sexual-assault-conference-prevention-track-preview/ https://www.preventconnect.org/2023/11/national-sexual-assault-conference-2023-housing-justice-is-violence-prevention-sustainable-systems-based-solutions-for-change/ https://www.preventconnect.org/2023/11/identifying-solutions-to-school-based-prevention-programming-resistance-key-themes-and-takeaways-from-preventconnects-town-hall/ https://www.decolonizinggender.com/the-zine https://static1.squarespace.com/static/558dac6fe4b0f42cdd435abd/t/634e0308b746737a9234b558/1666056970059/ST_MeasuringLove_Letter2Beloveds_October2022.pdf
    Ascoltato 46 min. 8 sec.
  • 2023 Prevention Reflections Pt. 1

    30 NOV 2023 · Preventionists and people committed to advancing social justice coming together to make each other stronger. That’s what Prevent-Connect is all about. From intentional approaches to anti-racism and sexual violence, to taking on housing, to looking at violence through a public health lens - our movement is not backing down. We are gaining momentum to dismantle harmful norms that have shaped the anti-violence field for decades, and we’re not backing down. For this episode of Prevent-Connect, I connected with Ashleigh-Klein Jimenez and Shelby Vice to look back on some of the biggest moments for Prevention in 2023. This is the first in a two-part series, taking a pause to look back on where we’ve been in order to commit to a path forward, together. Resources mentioned in this podcast https://www.preventconnect.org/2023/11/back-to-basics-what-will-it-take-to-prevent-sexual-and-intimate-partner-violence/ https://www.preventconnect.org/2023/06/preventconnect-national-sexual-violence-resource-center-partner-for-health-equity-web-conference-series/ https://www.preventconnect.org/2023/09/integrating-health-equity-into-sexual-and-domestic-violence-prevention-key-concepts-and-components-of-strategies-and-approaches/ https://www.preventconnect.org/2023/07/housing-justice-as-prevention-national-sexual-assault-conference-prevention-track-preview/ https://www.valor.us/2023/03/27/health-equity-web-conference-two-part-series/ https://www.valor.us/2023/10/25/economic-justice-peer-learning-circle-ej-plc-three-part-web-conference-mini-series/
    Ascoltato 52 min. 46 sec.
  • Heal, Hold & Center: Domestic Violence Awareness Month 2023

    31 OTT 2023 · In the fight for survivor justice, for racial justice, we are asked to: - Heal from violence and oppression. - Hold space for survivors. - Center those with the highest burden of violence. We are asked to embrace how other cultures have fostered beloved communities, to reject the systems and beliefs that do not serve us and to pause to consider what’s working… and what isn’t. As we close the 2023 Domestic Violence Awareness Month and look forward to this upcoming year, PreventConnect sat down with Jacqueline Miller, from the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence, to talk about the importance of pausing, especially after months like DVAM, and centering in ourselves and our mission to advance racial equity and foster communities free from violence. This conversation is a bonus track from an instagram live conversation we had earlier this month. Discussion Questions to take this conversation further in your organizations and communities: - In what ways does your organization or community put into action that there can't be survivor justice without racial justice? - How does the staff at your organization or people in your community embody racial justice and racial equity work? - What are some of the barriers that your organization or community has encountered when trying to do racial equity work? Resources mentioned in this podcast: - https://www.preventconnect.org/2023/09/heal-hold-center-october-is-domestic-violence-awareness-month/ - https://www.dvawareness.org/node/89 - https://nrcdv.org/ - https://www.dvawareness.org/ - https://www.preventconnect.org/2022/10/no-survivor-justice-without-racial-justice-domestic-violence-awareness-month-2022-2/
    Ascoltato 59 min. 8 sec.
  • Changing the Narrative through Storytelling: A Live Podcast Recording

    28 SET 2023 · This episode is a recording of a live podcast from the National Sexual Assault Conference in August, 2023, where VALOR's three Podcast hosts discussed the state of storytelling in the movement to end sexual violence. Join PreventConnect, LEAP and Valor Conversations for a dialogue about the culture of storytelling, what stories are often overlooked in the anti-violence movement and what role we can all play in shifting the narrative.
    Ascoltato 48 min. 5 sec.

PreventConnect podcasts highlight prevention themes, new research, and the voices of practitioners who have been successful in implementation, and thoughtful in the development of effective sexual assault and domestic violence...

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PreventConnect podcasts highlight prevention themes, new research, and the voices of practitioners who have been successful in implementation, and thoughtful in the development of effective sexual assault and domestic violence prevention strategies.

PreventConnect is a national project of ValorUS, formerly CALCASA, with funding from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), National Center for Injury Prevention and Control and RALIANCE. You can read more about PreventConnect and check out our other resources at https://www.preventconnect.org/
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