In this moment of #MeToo, #EnoughisEnough, and #BlackLivesMatter, our essential task is to uncover the roots of violence including its roots in our religious traditions and faith communities. This extraordinary FREE webinar event on May 22 brings together three anti-violence pioneers to share fresh perspectives on the stories we have lived by and explore what it really takes to end the pandemic of violence against women, children, and other vulnerable peoples.
Tuesday, May 22, 2018
11am-12:30pm Pacific/2pm-3:30pm Eastern
Registration is free
Speakers include Dr. Riane Eisler, internationally known for her work to reveal the deep historical and cultural foundations of misogyny and violence in books such as The Chalice and the Blade and Sacred Pleasure; Julie Owens, a ground-breaking trainer in the field of domestic violence prevention and victim advocacy, and Dr. Ron Clark, Church-Planter and Minister of Portland, Oregon’s Agape Church of Christ, who has authored Freeing the Oppressed and developed innovative approaches to enrolling clergy-people as effective advocates for those who are victimized or oppressed.
Moderated by Renita Robinson.
Can't attend live? This webinar will be recorded; all registrants will receive a link to the full session recording in a follow-up email.
You will receive a reminder email with the log-in link one day and one hour before the event.
Hosted by the Center for Partnership Studies.
Pathways to Safety International
Agape Church of Christ
Battering Intervention Services Coalition of Michigan
The Pixel Project
The North Carolina Council of Churches