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My Sister's Keeper: 1st Domestic Violence March
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The purpose of this event is to help boost the confidence and morale of the young women and men on campus and to inspire them to understand that they don’t have to change themselves to be accepted in society. We know who we are inside. Our souls shine bright, and our organization is a big proponent of nourishing the soul and giving our insides what we need so that we can radiate the happiest, healthiest, most confident and most fulfilled version of ourselves on the outside.

 Export to Your Calendar 10/17/2018
When: Wednesday, October 17, 2018
5:30 PM
Where: Southern University A&M and College
United States
Contact: Josie Alexander
225-910-1322


Online registration is available until: 10/16/2018
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Every four seconds, someone is being abused by their intimate partner. We don't just recognize DV during the month of October. #DV365 is a grass roots style initiative that will allow people to mobilize and organize their friends, family, church members, etc. to start their own campaign to help end domestic violence.

My Sister’s Keeper is the Black Women’s Health Imperative’s advocacy and leadership-building White-House initiative for women attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities. This organization is designed to strengthen, engage, and mobilize a network of young women and men around the importance of sexual health and reproductive justice. The purpose of the Southern University Chapter of My Sister’s Keeper shall be to engage and mobilize young women in an overarching reproductive justice campaign and to advance advocacy and leadership development among young women in the area of reproductive justice.

My Sister's Keeper is in collaboration with The Butterfly Society. The Butterfly Society is a non-profit Domestic Violence Organization founded in October 2014 by Executive Director, Twahna P. Harris. The Mission of The Butterfly Society is to educate, advocate for legislation, provide direct services, and partner with other agencies to end Domestic Violence. The Vision of The Butterfly Society is to empower communities to stand up and speak out to end Domestic Violence.The Butterfly Society offers a variety of services to individuals in the community who have been impacted by domestic violence e.g., advocacy, information and referrals, outreach, safety planning and support groups. There will also be numerous student and non-student organizations/agencies  that will take part in this beneficial march. 

 


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