Supporting Latinx Victims and Survivors

Latinx Community Response Wheels and Resources

In response to wheels showing the nuances of power and control, Safe Havens developed a series of Faith-based Response Wheels. These wheels illustrate some major ways in which your faith community can help end the cycle of power and control.

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Webinars

Nuestra Fe/Nuestra Fuerza: Apoyando a las victimas y sobrevivientes latin@s de violencia domestica

Presented by Casa de Esperanza

April 30, 2019

 

This video is the sixth webinar from our 2019 Webinar Series. From their website, "Casa de Esperanza is a leader in the domestic violence movement and a national resource center for organizations working with Latin@s in the United States." Presented in Spanish, highlights of this webinar include insight on the intersection between domestic and sexual violence  along with how advocacy for victims and survivors must be informed by culture and society in Latinx communities.  

Our Faith/Our Strength: Supporting Latinx Victims and Survivors of Domestic Violence

Presented by Casa de Esperanza

May 2, 2019

 

This video is the seventh webinar from our 2019 Webinar Series. From their website, "Casa de Esperanza is a leader in the domestic violence movement and a national resource center for organizations working with Latin@s in the United States." Highlights include statistics and facts about the Latin@ community in the US, examples of collaborative supports for victims and survivors, and the relationship between religion and Latinx communities. 

Supporting Victims and Survivors of Faith: Supporting Latin@ Victims and Survivors

June 2017

 

"Supporting Latin@ Victims and Survivors" is the seventh in a series of webinars. The webinar series, entitled "Supporting Victims and Survivors of Faith: A Webinar Series for Advocates," aims to equip domestic violence advocates to respond to and support victims/survivors from communities of faith. This webinar, presented by Pierre Berastain of Casa de Esperanza, explores what advocates need to know about Latin@ traditions, and the intersections of oppression, historical trauma, and religion that will facilitate better support of Latin@ victims and survivors.

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