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“When We Tell Our Stories” Webinar: Survivors of Color and the Public Safety System
Thursday, February 25, 3:30-4:30pm PT


The criminal justice system is supposed to give crime survivors a path toward healing after violence, but survivors of color often experience more harm than help within the public safety system.

What do survivors of color need in the aftermath of trauma?

Join us for a conversation that delves into how BIPOC survivors experience systemic racism in the criminal justice system, ways that personal and historical trauma impact survivor communities, and why culturally specific services are vital for healing.

Our inspiring panel features community advocates and leaders who have lived and professional experience with the public safety system:

  • Arnoldo Ruíz, Program Manager of Latino Network
  • Trish Jordan, Co-founder and Executive Director of Red Lodge Transition Services
  • Roy Moore, Healing Hurt People Coordinator
  • Moderated by Yolanda Gonzalez, Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Spanish language and ASL interpretation will be provided.

Questions about the event, registration, accessibility, or technology needs? Please contact Aron Klein at aron@safetyandjustice.org or 971-230-1582.

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.This event is inspired by the community conversations that led to our recently released report, When We Tell Our StoriesCheck out the report, and then register for the webinar today.