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May 2020

Innovation on Demand Part 3: Well-being as a Pathway to Safety

May 20 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Join us for Part 3 of our 3 Part webinar series! In this virtual session, we will share how current shifts in practice can improve future efforts to prevent and respond to family violence and inequities of care. Reducing a family’s stress and making family well-being a priority can help families be safer. Presenters will discuss how communities can move beyond surveillance and monitoring to build resilience and strengthen families. Presenters will also share best practices for trauma-informed telehealth and…

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Connecting the Dots: Human Trafficking and Child Abuse

May 20 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Free

In this training, we will explore the intersection between child abuse and human trafficking. In this training, we will explore the intersection between child abuse and human trafficking. Attendees will receive an in-depth look at the different types of human trafficking, signs of predatory “priming”, common myths of the trafficking industry, practical resources and its connection to child abuse. This presentation will be accessible via ZOOM. Details for conference call or video option will be sent via email and Eventbrite…

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Now & Next Online Speakers Series

May 21 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Free

Growing Up in a Porn Culture: Social, emotional, and cognitive impact on youth Presented by Dr. Gail Dines (Culture Reframed) Online porn has become a primary source of sex education for boys and young men around the world. Prior to 2000, most would first encounter soft-core pornographic images in magazines such as Playboy and Penthouse. Since 2000, the internet has become the main vehicle for porn, and hardcore porn is just a click away—it is free, violent, and based on the…

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Resilience: Human Trafficking Survivors Master Class Webinar Series

May 21 @ 12:00 pm
Free

LGBTQ2IA+ Human Trafficking, Healing Justice and Resiliency Indigenous healing gives a sense of belonging, connection to culture, community, and relationships. This workshop seeks to educate attendees on the importance and impact of indigenous healing relative to resiliency building to and from Human Trafficking. Participants will gain understanding around the intersections of decolonization work, human trafficking, and LGBT2QIA+ inclusion. Speaker: Erik Gray - Innovations HTC Programs Director, Thurston County Human Trafficking Taskforce Chair Registration Now Open

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Now & Next Online Speaker Series

May 28 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 pm
Free

Man to Man: Promoting healthy masculinity and ending men's violence Jimmie Briggs (Skoll Foundation), Peter Qualliotine (Modeling Equality) The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the inequalities at the root of so much suffering, exploitation and violence at every level in our relationships, communities, institutions and society. For many working to end gender-based violence, the issue of commercial sexual exploitation has long played a similar role in unmasking the historical and intersectional legacy of privilege and oppression being laid bare in the…

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Online Legal Training: Trauma-Informed Lawyering – Part 2: Overcoming Vicarious Trauma

May 28 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Speakers: Jamie Beck & Brittany Greenbaum Description: This free online training will educate participants on the impact of working with trauma victims. Come learn how to identify and respond to vicarious trauma and how to practice self-care.  This training is open to everyone but is tailored to attorneys working with trauma victims and survivors. We suggest this training for our pro bono attorney network and others working in a similar field. Registration coming soon!

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Resilience: Human Trafficking Survivors Master Class Webinar Series

May 28 @ 12:00 pm
Free

The Void If we are lucky, during our life span there will be a divine space in time where the nonsensical reigns, complete surrender beckons, and faith and doubt morph into oneness. How do we traverse life when it decides to turn upon a slippery slope of voided nothingness? Please join us for a storytelling time of resiliency, of hard-earned wisdom, and of the strength to believe in the ability to thrive magnificently. Speaker: Regina Evans - Award-Winning Playwright, Poet,…

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June 2020

Monthly Webinars: Responding to Child Victims of Trafficking

June 3 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Free

Join our next webinar! (No registration required) This training helps participants understand the resources available to assist foreign minor victims of trafficking. Additionally, participants receive an overview of the process to submit a request for assistance to OTIP for review and an understanding of Interim Assistance Letters for minors who are potential victims of trafficking. Participants also gain an understanding of the services and benefits available to a minor should the minor receive an Eligibility Letter and be determined as…

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Online Human Trafficking 101

June 3 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Free

The Open Door brings you a free Human Trafficking 101 training designed to allow community members and professionals to learn more about Human Trafficking in San Bernardino County. Human Trafficking is non-discriminatory and affects children, women and men of all backgrounds. Increase your knowledge & awareness about Sex Trafficking in our area and learn what you can do to help. The learning objectives for this training are Understand the federal definition of human trafficking and they types of human trafficking…

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Now & Next Online Speakers Series

June 4 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Free

Privilege and Racial Marginalization: The racism of prostitution Presented by Vednita Carter (Breaking Free), Sonia Ossorio (National Organization for Women New York), Christine Stark (Author) We know that chattel slavery in the US was built on a foundation of sexual violence in a myriad of forms. The land theft, resources appropriation and genocide of Indigenous peoples was also characterized by sexual violence. The same can be said of the colonization of Latin America. This history explains today's over-representation of women and children of color in…

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Human Trafficking Training for Educators and School Officials Webinar

June 5 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Free

Traffickers are recruiting our kids in schools. Therefore, UAHT created this training to equip teachers and school officials to recognize grooming techniques and potential victims. Educators will leave understanding how they are on the frontlines in protecting at-risk students and how to intervene on their behalf.

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Technology and Trafficking (Online Class)

June 9 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
$10

Join us for our popular class, now offered online! Participants in Technology, Teens, and Trafficking will: Develop a basic understanding of human trafficking, commercial sexual exploitation, and vulnerability. Understand the cultural and media influences on teens. Learn how to keep your child safe online. Learn to establish a safety plan with your teen and discover resources available to help. This class normally costs $20. Please give what you are able. No one will be denied based on ability to pay.…

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