Week Without Violence Campaign
Monday, Oct. 19th – Thursday, Oct. 22nd, 2020!
Week Without Violence is a global movement with YWCAs across the country and the world to end violence against Black, Indigenous, girls, women and TGNC people of color. We know that not all violence is acknowledged or responded to equally, and that some survivors and communities go unrecognized altogether.
The YWCA Berkeley/Oakland will be uplifting the work of local organizations working on the frontlines for housing, immigrant and transformative justice & collective liberation. Together, we are committed to building a world without violence where our communities are healthy, safe and free.
Monday, Oct. 19 – 4:30-5:30pm (Pacific Time)
Join the YWCA Berkeley/Oakland and PATH to Care Center for a virtual, interactive 1-hour long workshop on building healthy relationships and violence prevention. Together we can transform harm and end racial and gender based violence.
Tuesday, Oct. 20 – 4:30-7:30pm (Pacific Time)
Prop 15: Schools & Communities First is an initiative that would invest resources back into our communities by increasing funding sources for public schools, community colleges, & local government services. Join us and take action for racial justice by volunteering from the safety and comfort of your own home! This text bank is hosted by Million Voters Project.
Wednesday, Oct. 21st – 5:30-7:30pm (Pacific Time)
Sista Cypher, organized by Restorative Justice for Oakland Youth, is a positive realm for creating art and uniting in sisterhood. This Black, Indigenous, POC and intergenerational circle is your next step to healing while building bonds with other women and femmes. October 21st will feature guest healer, Priestess Yeye Luisah Teish guiding us in ceremony and ancestral wisdom as we reflect on a Week Without Violence. For inquiries, email email@example.com.
Thursday, Oct. 22nd – 10-11am & 5:30-6:30pm (Pacific Time)
Join the YWCA Berkeley/Oakland and the UC Berkeley Underground Scholars for a virtual, interactive workshop about meeting our youth where they are at, and acknowledging the violence that they experience every day. The Underground Scholars believe it benefits our community to empower, invest in, and support our youth who are leading the way for generations to come.
Viernes 23 de Octubre/Friday, October 23rd – 5:30-6:30pm (PT)
¡Está invitado a asistir a nuestro taller virtual sobre Carga Pública! You’re invited to attend our virtual workshop about Public Charge!
Descripción: La Coalición Latina por una California Saludable (LCHC) y la Asociación de Niños en colaboración con Mi Familia Vota y la Fundación CRLA lo invitan a asistir a nuestro taller virtual sobre Carga Pública. Durante el evento estaremos compartiendo información sobre la carga pública, sus implicaciones y los cambios recientes durante la pandemia de COVID-19. Información legal será presentada por la abogada Clarisa Reyes-Bautista de la Fundación de Asistencia Legal Rural de California.
Description: The Latino Coalition for a Healthy California (LCHC) and the Children Partnership in collaboration with Mi Familia Vota and the CRLA Foundation invite you to attend our virtual workshop about Public Charge. Public charge, its implications, and recent changes during the COVID-19 pandemic will be discussed. Legal information will be presented by Clarisa Reyes-Bautista, staff attorney with the California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation.
Check out our WWV, featuring our YWCA Student Leadership Board
YWCA WWV: Building a Safer & More Just World, written by YWCA Student Leadership Board Member, Natalie Verducci
WWV Transformative Resource & Mutual Aid Resource Booklet, created by the YWCA Student Leadership Board
WWV 2020 Flyer V1 (15)