Center for Human Rights and Social Justice Events
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February 08, 2018
SAVE THE DATE Failing Florida's Children: Foster Shock Documentary Screening and Q&A by Director Mari Frankel February 8th, 20186:30-8:30pmAndreas 111, Barry University RSVP Required to Carolina Rios: email@example.com About the Documentary: http://fostershock.com/the-story.html
February 23, 2018
February 23rd, 9:30 am -12:30 pmKostka Room This free workshop will first summarize research describing the prevalence and impact of adverse childhood experiences.Participants will be introduced to SAMHSA's principles of trauma-informed care (TIC), which conceptualizes trauma as a set of experiences that profoundly influence a person's identity....
March 01, 2018
The Center for Human Rights and Social Justice invites you to a film screening of “Untouchable,” a provocative documentary about the far-reaching effects of sexual abuse. Please join us for a panel discussion about sex offender management policies and sexual violence prevention following the film. About the Film: When the most powerful...
March 22, 2018
Joining us for the second year, Helga Melmed, a holocaust survivor, shares her story of trauma, resiliency, faith and hope through her own experiences during the second world war. March 22nd, 6:30-8:30pmLandon Students Events Room 110 RSVP to CHRSJ@barry.edu Sponsored by the Center for Human Rights and Social Justice
April 10, 2018
It is important for survivors of sexual assault, harassment, or abuse to have their voices heard and believed. It is essential for all social workers to listen to the voices of survivors to hear what they need from us to promote healing and empowerment. If you are a survivor who wants to share your story, or if you just want to listen and learn,...