March 23, 2018
The Little Theater
Screening: The Rape of Recy Taylor
Presented as part of the Black Cinema Series,
this powerful documentary tells the story of
Mrs. Recy Taylor, an African-American wife and mother, who was gang raped by 6 white boys in Abbeyville, AL in the 1944. Unbroken, she spoke up and fought for justice with help from Rosa Parks and legions of black women.
A panel discussion featuring Jack Brennick, co-founder of Stand Up Guys, and other area professionals will follow.
Film is sponsored by Rochester Association of Black Journalists & Greater Rochester Association of Women Attorneys. More info & tickets
March 24, 2018
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Antioch Baptist Church
Opening Eyes & Changing Lives
Reconciling Domestic Violence
in the Christian Church
Domestic violence can be a particularly difficult
topic in communities of faith. Yet, sadly, we know that even the most faithful can be victims and perpetrators.
Join RESOLVE CEO, Alli O'Malley, for education and discussion that will explore the challenges of domestic violence in the Christian Church.
May 10, 2018
8:30 AM - 6:00 PM
The Conference Center @ iSquare
1-Day Intimate Partner Violence Workshop
for Mental & Behavioral Health Professionals
The IPV Workshop for Mental and Behavioral Health Professionals will explore the intersectionality of IPV with behavioral and mental health and equip providers to
assess for and respond to it.
7.5 CEUs available for LMSWs, LCSWs, LMHCs
Individual & group rates available
with early bird discounts expire on 4/27/18.