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Dr. Jaime J. Romo - Faith Issues for Male Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse - Recorded (Online Recording, from Aug 02, 2011 02:00 PM to Aug 02, 2011 03:00 PM)
This recorded webinar is for survivors of sexual abuse, mental health professionals, spiritual leaders, and those who wish to support survivors of childhood clergy sexual abuse.
RoundTable: Multifaith Perspectives on Suffering and Sexual & Domestic Violence - Recorded (Online Recording, from Aug 10, 2011 02:00 PM to Aug 10, 2011 03:00 PM)
Join Marie Fortune, Jan Bays and Mark Dratch in a conversation: Suffering is a common human experience. Our faith traditions seek to understand and give meaning to this experience.
Rev. Dr. Sharon Ellis Davis and Julie Owens - Cultural Competency: Why Faith is Fundamental - Recorded (Online Recording, from Sep 13, 2011 02:00 PM to Sep 13, 2011 03:00 PM)
Cultural competency is vital for effective intervention in addressing domestic violence. An understanding of religious issues as they intersect with culture and ethnicity is equally vital. We need an understanding of why we cannot ignore culture, ethnicity or faith in the experience of victims or perpetrators of abuse.
Carolyn Scott Brown - Showcase: Secular and Faith Communities in Collaboration - Recorded (Online Recording, from Oct 11, 2011 11:00 AM to Oct 11, 2011 12:00 PM)
Building partnerships within the faith community can be a powerful source of support and resource for survivors. This recorded webinar is aimed local and state domestic violence advocates, program directors, crisis counselors, and community outreach coordinators.
Roundtable: 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence - Recorded (Online Recording, from Nov 09, 2011 11:00 AM to Nov 09, 2011 12:00 PM)
16 Days of Activism to End Gender Violence. What? When? Where? How has this international organizing strategy created a mechanism for communities and nations to renew their commitments to ending violence against women? What have been the challenges? And where are faith communities in this?
Marvin Ellison - Setting Captives Free - Intimate Partner Violence in LGBT Relationships - Recorded (Online Recording, from Dec 06, 2011 02:00 PM to Dec 06, 2011 03:00 PM)
How can our faith communities be prepared to be a pastoral resource for lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgendered people who experience intimate partner violence?
Anne Marie Hunter - Elder Abuse In Faith Communities - Recorded (Online Recording, from Dec 13, 2011 11:00 AM to Dec 13, 2011 12:00 PM)
Many victims and survivors of elder abuse turn to their faith communities for help. The faith community's response is critical. This webinar is designed for all clergy, faith leaders, and therapists who want to know more about elder abuse, how to respond, and where to refer, as well as for advocates who are building partnerships with faith communities.
Roundtable: Sexual Assault in the U.S. - A Status Report - Recorded (Online, from Apr 04, 2012 11:00 AM to Apr 04, 2012 12:00 PM)
This roundtable conversation included activists, theologians and ethicists discussing where we are in the U.S. in changing the social norms that support and allow sexual violence against women. What changes have we made and what more is needed?
Military Sexual Assault: The Role of the Chaplain - Recorded (Online, from Jun 20, 2013 07:00 AM to Jun 20, 2013 08:00 AM)
This webinar recording is sponsored by the Lutheran Community Foundation as part of their Ending Family Violence Initiative. In this one-hour webinar, Rev. Dr. Kristen Leslie, along with Rev. Dr. Marie Fortune, explore the dynamics of sexual assault within the context of the military, with a particular focus on the role of military chaplains.
Sexual Assault in Indian Country - Summer 2014 - Recorded (from Jul 16, 2014 07:00 AM to Jul 16, 2014 08:00 AM)
Native American women experience domestic violence and sexual assault at rates far higher than the national average. The Rev. Evelene Tweedy Navarette Sombrero tells the powerful story of how colonization and resulting attitudes toward Native Americans led to atrocities towards Native women, including the use of rape as a tool of genocide, forced sterilizations, boarding school sexual abuse, and more. She encourages us to learn what Native women have faced to understand their plight and help create a better future.
Campus Sexual Assault: A Roundtable Discussion (2015) - RECORDED (Online, from Aug 25, 2015 11:00 AM to Aug 25, 2015 12:00 PM)
Campus sexual assault is one of the most publicly discussed areas of sexual violence. Listen to a conversation with campus faith leaders about this powerful civil rights movement on campuses across the country. We talk about the impact on students and campus life, if consent-based education is making a difference, and the potential role that people of faith can take in fostering safety and changing culture. A student activist's story highlights the current situation for victims and the need for institutional accountability and change, as well as allies on and off campus.
What to Do When a Registered Sex Offender Comes to Your Congregation (2015) - RECORDED (from Sep 22, 2015 11:00 AM to Sep 22, 2015 12:00 PM)
Registered sex offenders who are released into the community are approaching faith communities and asking to participate in worship and other activities. We know that community support is important to prevent re-offending. How can faith communities be part of an offender’s support network and insure safety for the congregation? Rev. Dr. Kathy McCallie has helped a congregation through the process of creating and implementing a policy and educational plan on this issue and has a wealth of experience she shares.
Intimate Partner Violence in LGBTQ Relationships: Social, Cultural, & Faith Issues (2015) RECORDED (from Oct 15, 2015 11:00 AM to Oct 15, 2015 12:00 PM)
Intimate partner violence in LGBTQ relationships is as common as in heterosexual relationships but often more invisible. Connie Burk, Rev. Dr. Sharon Ellis Davis, Rev. Dr. Marvin Ellison, and Rev. Dr. Marie M. Fortune discuss the systemic, cultural, and faith issues that impact LGBTQ survivors of intimate partner violence. This conversation focuses on systemic issues, such as homophobia, that severely limit opportunities for victims to find help, as well as cultural and faith issues that may impact a faith community's ability to respond.
Pastoral Care for LGBTQ Victims/Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence: A Roundtable Conversation (2015) -RECORDED (from Nov 09, 2015 12:00 AM to Nov 09, 2015 12:00 AM)
Join Rev. Dr. Marie M. Fortune, Rev. Dr. Jeanne Hoeft, and Rev. Dr. Joretta Marshall for a conversations about the pastoral care issues that impact survivors of intimate partner violence, how clergy can aid victims in healing, and the role that the faith community plays in aiding or hindering spiritual and physical recovery. (Third in a three part series)
Called to Serve: Addressing Intimate Partner Violence in African American Faith Communities (2016) RECORDED (Online, from Feb 28, 2016 11:00 AM to Feb 28, 2016 12:00 PM)
Bettie Williams-Watson, a survivor of domestic violence who was the wife of a pastor, has a long career of raising the awareness of intimate partner violence in the African American church community. She shares her wealthy of experience and information to address how churches can address the needs of victims and teach young women and men how to build healthy relationships.
Focus on Reproductive & Sexual Coercion: Don't Ask, Just Tell (2016) RECORDED (Online, from Mar 30, 2016 11:00 AM to Mar 30, 2016 12:00 PM)
Intimate Partner Violence impacts women’s reproductive health in many ways. Pressuring or coercing a woman to become pregnant, or into continuing or ending a pregnancy against her will, is a common but rarely discussed method of power and control. Behaviors such as sabotaging birth control or refusing to use a condom put a woman at greater risk of pregnancy, as well as sexually transmitted infection, and steal her ability to decide the trajectory of her life and her family.
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.
Role of the Faith Community in Preventing & Healing Child Sexual Abuse (2016) -RECORDED (Online, from Jul 07, 2016 11:00 AM to Jul 07, 2016 12:00 PM)
Rev. Kathy Reid, Executive Director of Family Abuse Center (Waco, TX), discusses the ways faith communities can support child victims and adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse in their healing. Faith leaders, health ministers, and trauma-informed congregations can “speak the unspoken” setting a precedent for prevention work, as well as addressing the impact that the childhood trauma of sexual abuse can have for adults, who frequently suffer physical, psychological and emotional impacts. An informed understanding of childhood sexual abuse is essential to work addressing many concurrent issues such as homelessness, addiction, suicide prevention, self-harm, and chronic health concerns.
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.
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