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Black Women, Violence, and the 'Abuse to Prison' Pipeline (2016) -RECORDED (Online, from May 25, 2016 11:00 AM to May 25, 2016 12:00 PM)
The rates of incarcerated women has increased 800% over the past three decades; two-thirds are jailed for non-violent offenses. Women in prison overwhelmingly have histories of severe physical abuse by an intimate partner during adulthood, and/or serious physical or sexual abuse as children. Dr. Ellis Davis addresses the central role that racism plays in the criminal justice system, well as the intersections of individual violence, community violence, and state violence.
Reproductive Coercion: The Intersection of Reproductive Justice and Faith Beliefs (2016)-RECORDED (from Jun 16, 2016 11:00 AM to Jun 16, 2016 12:00 PM)
Women’s reproductive health and choices are an ongoing area of cultural and religious dispute. When the abusive use of power and control is extended into an intimate relationship, very often a woman’s ability to make choices about her body, her family, and her future are taken from her by an abuser. Toni Bond Leonard will discuss the theory of Reproductive Justice and the complex intersection of reproductive coercion with religion.
Medical Chaplaincy: Serving the Needs of Victims of Sexual and Domestic Violence (2016) -RECORDED (Online, from Aug 25, 2016 11:00 AM to Aug 25, 2016 12:00 PM)
This webinar will help you develop the specific skills and understandings that medical chaplains need to provide informed pastoral care to victims of domestic and sexual violence. Victims of violence are hospitalized to care for the physical extent of their trauma or other illness. However, medical chaplains work with patients to help them with the spiritual harm done by violence. During this webinar, Rev. Miles addresses this harm and explores the religious issues and faith questions that survivors face.
Pastoral Care Issues: End of Life Needs of Survivors (2016) -RECORDED (Online, from Sep 15, 2016 11:00 AM to Sep 15, 2016 12:00 PM)
As survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual abuse reach the end of their lives, many are longing to find peace, integration, and validation of their life experiences. Their stories of survival and coping may have left them struggling for many years with faith issues, such as forgiveness, suffering, and shame.
How to Create Trauma-Informed Faith Communities 2016 (RECORDED) (Online, from Sep 22, 2016 11:00 AM to Sep 22, 2016 12:00 PM)
Trauma-informed faith communities understand and recognize the impacts of trauma. They are healing spaces where survivors of domestic and sexual violence can form healthy, supportive, and caring relationships with their community. In this webinar, Rev. Pat Simpson, and Kristine Cunningham will discuss how to bring awareness of trauma into your faith community.
Batterer Accountability: Working With Lesbian and Bisexual Women Who Abuse Their Partners (2016) RECORDED (Online, from Dec 21, 2016 11:00 AM to Dec 21, 2016 12:00 PM)
Susan Cayouette, Ed.D. & Kelly Stewart, M.A.R. discuss their experiences working with lesbian and bisexual abusers at Emerge, a Massachusetts Certified Batterer Intervention Program & Training Site. They discuss the complexities involved in working with women who abuse their partners, especially if the women have been victim/survivors in previous relationships. They also explore faith components of abuse in lesbian and bisexual relationships.
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