How the language you use can save lives
In this conversation, we discussed:
- Historical perspectives of domestic violence
- Ways domestic violence shows up in our culture
- Talk about domestic violence to save lives
Presented by CAWC staff experts, Megan Rosado and Colleen Montgomery.
Click here to access a PDF version of the presentation with sources.
Kitchen Table Conversations are lunch and learns lead by staff and industry leaders to discuss all topics related to domestic violence. We’ve recently launched this initiative and look forward to sharing content on this page quarterly. Sign up to be notified of when new conversations are happening and be sure to join us at the kitchen table.
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