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Free Roundtable: Men of Faith Working to End Domestic Violence

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There is an ongoing discussion about whether or not violence against women (gender‐based violence) is a women’s issue ‐‐‐ meaning that it is up to women to try to prevent it and to deal with its consequences. Most of us are clear that violence against women is only a women’s issue in that we have to live with the threat and deal with the consequences. But the work to end violence against women which is mostly perpetrated by men lies with men. This is true in both the secular and faith communities. As women have taken leadership to reveal and address gender‐based violence, a few good men have stepped up as allies and leaders. We have invited three colleagues to reflect as men of faith on why they work to end gender‐based violence and how they engage other men to join in this work.

What
  • Webinar
  • Violence Against Women
When Oct 10, 2012
from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm
PST
Presenter Rev. K. Ray Hill, Rabbi Elliot Dorff, Fr. John Heagle
Price

$0.00

Registration Status

Closed

Contact Name
Contact Phone 206.634.1903 Ext 26
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This RoundTable is sponsored by Justice and Witness Ministries United Church of Christ as a part of their Webinar Series, Addressing Domestic and Sexual Violence: Tools for Faith Leaders.
Free and Open to the Public


Having male allies and leaders in the work to end violence against women is crucial. We have invited three colleagues to reflect as men of faith on why they work to end gender‐based violence and how they engage other men to join in this work.


Rev. K. Ray Hill is an ordained pastor in the United Church of Christ with over twenty years of experience in rural and urban settings. Fr. John Heagle is a Catholic priest with many years of pastoral experience, including college teaching, campus ministry, and justice and peace leadership. Rabbi Elliot Dorff is an ordained Conservative rabbi and a professor of Jewish theology at the American Jewish University in California and the Chair of the Rabbinical Assembly's Committee on Jewish Law and Standards.

Sorry, registration is closed for this event.

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