Webinar: Intersectional Movement Building–Exploring the Concept of Beloved Community

Webinar: Intersectional Movement Building–Exploring the Concept of Beloved Community

What do social activists like Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Grace Lee Boggs mean when they have spoken about “beloved community”? How did they build social movements around this concept? How can the beloved community concept strengthen our domestic and sexual violence prevention work?

Join Transforming Communities: Technical Assistance and Training Resource Center (TC-TAT) and co-presenter Cristy Chung, Prevention Consultant and guest panelists (including two Move to End Violence Movement Makers, Aimee Thompson Aravelo of Close to Home and Beckie Masaki of Asisan & Pacific Islander Institute on Domestic Violence) to explore where and how this framework is advancing our prevention work. This webinar will take place on Wednesday, June 27, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. (Pacific Standard Time). Register here.

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