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BEING THE BELOVED COMMUNITY: 18th Annual Leadership Institute for People of Color Working to End Domestic Abuse
When:June 26 & 27, 2014
Where:Crowne Plaza Hotel, Madison
The Leadership Institute brings together people of color from across the state, who are working to address domestic abuse in their communities. This year we are joined by national speakers Nan Stoops and Joanne Smith, as well as leaders from our own state of WI. Our theme celebrates our capacity to reclaim that which is at our core: the instincts to love, live and lead. It is our time to be the beloved community.
About our keynote speakers: Nan Stoops is the Executive Director of the Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence and founding member of INCITE! Women of Color Against Violence. Joanne N. Smith is the Founder/Executive Director of Girls for Gender Equity (GGE).
See the informational flyer below for more details.
To register now, click HERE.