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Engaging African American Males in Ending Gender-Based Violence
Engaging African American Males in Ending Gender-Based Violence
9/4/20191:59:41

"Engaging African American Males in Ending Gender-Based Violence: Increasing Pathways to Safety, Justice, Reconciliation and Healing" is a conversation with Bettie Williams-Watson and Dr. Oliver Williams on gender-based violence in the African American community. The conversation focuses on working with males as allies in prevention; males supporting individual and collective male accountability in reversing/reducing harm; and increasing safety, health, and healing for men, women and children in their and other communities. 

Speakers and panelists include:

Speakers and panelists include:

Lan Pham, Seattle Human Services Department

Dr. Oliver Williams, Ph.D, University of Minnesota

Bettie Williams-Watson, Multi-Communities

Marta Idowu, Seattle Office for Civic Rights

Garry Owens, Multi-Communities

Hulet Gates III, Multi-Communities

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