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Welcome to our two-day virtual conference - (Re)Claiming Our Love: Social Justice & Domestic Violence.


Thank you for joining us in our mission to end society’s tolerance of domestic violence and social injustice at the second annual virtual conference, hosted by The Network - Advocating Against Domestic Violence.

This year, participants will have the opportunity to advance their understanding on models in the anti-violence and anti-oppression space that are focused on intersectionality, racial justice, abolition, decarceration and transformative justice to best serve survivors. 

Over the course of the two days, we’ll hear from activists, advocates and practitioners who are relentlessly using these approaches and models in their effort to create a violence-free world. 

The conference will center critical conversations on social justice and equity approaches and frameworks that directly influence interventions and solutions for domestic violence and other forms of violence. 

CEUs for ICDVP/CPAIP, LSW/LCSW, and LPC/LCPC will be provided for $13. Participants seeking CEUs must register and submit attendance by completing the session evaluation forms linked within each session. >> Register for CEUs HERE.
 

*Please note that this is a working schedule and times are subject to change.
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Friday, March 18 • 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Support for Survivors of Gender-Based Violence in the Pretrial Fairness Act

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Speakers
avatar for Sarah Staudt

Sarah Staudt

Coalition to End Money Bond/Illinois Network For Pretrial Justice
Sarah Staudt has been the Senior Policy Analyst and Staff Attorney for Criminal Justice matters at Chicago Appleseed Center for Fair Courts since 2018. Sarah graduated from the University of Chicago Law School in 2013. Before coming to work with Chicago Appleseed, Sarah was an Equal... Read More →
avatar for A'Keisha Lee

A'Keisha Lee

Lead Organizer, Southsiders Organized for Unity and Liberation
A'Keisha Lee is the Lead Organizer for Southsiders Organized for Unity and Liberation (SOUL). A'Keisha graduated from Saint Louis University's College for Public Health and Social Justice with a Masters in Public Health and a concentration in Health Management and Policy in 2020. A'Keisha... Read More →


Friday March 18, 2022 12:45pm - 1:45pm CDT
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