Bringing Marginalized Voices to the Center: A Policy Forum on Gender-Based Violence

This forum brings together a panel of Baltimore-based community organizations to highlight marginalized voices in the current national conversation on gender-based violence, including trends in the #metoo and #whyistayed movements. Panelists include Merrick Moise, LGBTQ Community Liaison for the Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office; Lauren Young, Director of Litigation, Disability Rights Maryland; Flor Giusti, Social Worker, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center; and Melony Hill, Founder, Stronger Than Our Struggles and member of the Sex Workers Outreach Project. Professor Victoria Stubbs from the School of Social Work will moderate. April 18, 2018 4:00pm-6:00pm UMMC Shock Trauma Auditorium (22 S. Greene St.) The UMMC Shock Trauma Auditorium is located at 22 S. Greene Street. Visitors can enter through the Main Shock Trauma entrance on Lombard St. This event is co-sponsored by the Student's Supporting the Women's Law Center and the UMB Community Collaborative on IPV. This event is free and open to the public. Social Work CEU’s are available. Register here: events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07ef6rb11vee18535b&llr=vdpgcqnab

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