The 2018 National Sexual Assault Conference (NSAC) “Bold Moves: Ending Sexual Violence in Once Generation”, is just around the corner–August 29-31st in Anaheim, California. The theme reflects aspirations of movement making. The sold-out conference includes plenary sessions and workshops that highlight community-based efforts led by many Movement Makers, including: Farah Tanis, Beckie Masaki, Kelly MIller, Mily Treviño-Sauceda, Trina Greene Brown, Corrine Sanchez, and myself.
This year, NSAC’s media sponsor Ms. Magazine has been hosting blogs authored by presenters and major speakers highlighting their plans to make bold moves — below see some of the blots already shared.
Bold Moves to EndSexual Violence: We’re Funding Projects to End Rape and Assault in One Generation
Bold Moves to End Sexual Violence: Providing Space for Healing and Liberation to Incarcerated Women
Bold Moves to End Sexual Violence: Centering the Most Vulnerable Women Workers in the #MeToo Movement
Bold Moves to End Sexual Violence: Using Situational Prevention Strategies to Fight Campus Sexual Assault
Bold Moves to End Sexual Violence: Self-Defense and Self-Empowerment for Women Workers
Bold Moves to End Sexual Violence: Seeing and Serving LGBTQ+ Survivors
Look for the hashtags #boldmoves #NSAC2018.