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National Call for Unity
⭐ DVAM is around the corner! ⭐
Join us for the National Call for Unity
Thursday, October 1

3:00pm ET / 2:00pm CT / 12:00pm PT

One Voice for Survivor Justice
Join us as we come together in solidarity with survivors, advocates, and partners from national, state and community-based organizations. Together we will celebrate our movement’s accomplishments and reflect on our shared experiences as we move together

Every year the National Call for Unity kicks off Domestic Violence Awareness Month by offering an opportunity to step away from our busy schedules to mourn lives lost due to domestic violence, sexual assault and other forms of gender-based violence. We will come together to celebrate the rich diversity of people in our country and the vitality and strength they bring to our communities and society and connect with survivors and their family and friends, activists and advocates from national, state, and community-based organizations, governmental agencies and allied movements.

The 2020 video call will feature stories of perseverance, resilience and strength, each speaker will offer their personal stories of inspiration to do this work.

No Survivor Justice without Racial Justice.
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Call for Unity Speakers
   Ghia Kelly, The Gift of Truth, Inc.                      Jasmine Urbine, Break the Cycle
Paula Gomez, National Latino Network           Jacqueline Miller, Healthy Actions                                                                       Intervening Responsibly
Moderated by Arlene Vassell, National Resource Center on Domestic Violence
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