Raise Your Voice: A Day of Empowerment with Ayanna Pressley

We are so excited to be presenting along some incredible local organizations during the second annual Raise Your Voice Summit next Saturday, April 26!

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Join us at Northeastern University’s Cabral Center for a free summit for youth, adults, survivors and allies to learn intervention and prevention strategies, celebrate survivors of sexual violence and work to make Boston safe for everyone.

Register in advance using this form if at all possible, or print and complete it to bring along on Saturday to save time during registration! The registration packet includes a permission slip for youth, and allows you to pre-register for your first-choice workshop.

Last year over 100 Boston residents turned out to celebrate survivors, learn intervention and prevention strategies, and work together to ensure that our city is safe for everyone and that no one has to remain silent about sexual violence. This year we’re offering more workshops and expanding focus to include issues specific to men, LGBTQ survivors, high school and middle school aged students, and service providers.

For more information, to invite friends and to see full workshop details, stop by Facebook or Eventbrite. Questions? Email raiseyourvoiceboston@gmail.com. We hope to see you there!

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