WCSAP will not host a conference this year and instead will be offering a series of keynotes, workshops, and breakout conversations during the month of May.
Logistics: Most will take place in the mornings, but click on each event below for full details on times, descriptions, and to learn about presenters. WCSAP is committed to making these events accessible, as such ASL interpretation and closed captioning will be available for each, and additional interpretation or needs will be coordinated as requested. Registrations open on a rolling basis.
- May 5th - Theda New Breast on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women
- May 7th: Blair Perryman, James Young, and Geoff Peckman Thank U for Coming Out: Engaging LGBTQ+ communities in creative primary violence prevention projects
- May 12th: DonYeta Villavaso Madden Socialized Gatekeeping: a historical practice
- May 13th: Aishah Shahidah Simmons, Ignacio Rivera, & e. nina jay #LoveWITHAccountability, a panel on healing and transformative justice as child sexual abuse survivors
- May 14th: Jan Ward Olmstead Generational Clarity: Trauma Informed Strategies, A Native Perspective
- May 19th: Zoe Flowers Shaking the Table: Supporting Equitable Advocacy for Advocates (Part 1, 9 - 11 am) / Shaking the Table: Supporting Equitable Advocacy for Managers (Part 2, 12-2 pm)
- May 25th: Jenn Mason Pleasure is Our Revolution: Sex Positivity as Sexual Violence Prevention
- May 26th- Dr. Pilar Wolf Hernandez What do Colonization and Decolonization have to do with Sexual Violence? An Exploration into Liberation-Based Healing
Priority registration will be given to Office of Crime Victims Advocacy (OCVA) sexual assault services and prevention grantees [and Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Program (WCSAP) members]. All other registrants will be admitted on a space available basis. Registration is subject to the approval of WCSAP.