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In partnership with the Racial Equity Institute, NCCASA is hosting a Groundwater Presentation on September 18th in Greensboro. In this lively and participatory presentation, REI organizers will use stories and data to present a perspective that racism is fundamentally structural in nature. By examining characteristics of modern-day racial inequity, the presentation introduces participants to an […]
The Project NO REST 2017 Conference: FEET on the Ground in NC is just a couple of weeks away! Project NO REST is a statewide effort to strengthen and expand the state’s infrastructure to address human trafficking and document how it affects children and young people. The conference, which will be held August 15-16 in […]
Save the date for the Project No Rest 2017 Conference: FEET (Fortifying Efforts to Eradicate Human Trafficking) on the Ground in NC! The conference will take place on Tuesday, August 15 – Wednesday, August 16, 2017 in Asheville, NC. For more information, go to projectnorest.org or email Jenny Vaughn at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NCCASA is excited to open registration for youth participants and adult chaperones for the 2017 Young Advocates Institute, July 7-9, 2017 at North Carolina A&T State University, Greensboro, NC! The cost to attendees is $35 per person. Ten scholarships will be offered to youth in need of financial assistance. If your child or group needs financial assistance, please […]
We are pleased to announce the 2017 Young Advocates’ Institute, July 7-9, on the campus of North Carolina A & T State University in Greensboro, NC. Registration for attendees will open May 15 and closes on the firm deadline of June 5. See more information here!
Equality NC Guest Blog Post: NCGA Should Act to Address Conditions Leading to Sexual Assault against Trans Women
Equality NC Guest Blog Post: NCGA Should Act to Address Conditions Leading to Sexual Assault against Trans Women Ames Simmons, Director of Transgender Policy, Equality NC As we observe national Sexual Assault Awareness Month this April, it is important to highlight the epidemic of violence and assault toward transgender people in our state and across […]
For the rest of SAAM 2017, NCCASA will be sharing on our social media ways that each of us can be a part of #EndingRapeCulture. Thanks to all of you who have engaged with us in our #SAAMinNC social media campaign so far! We hope that everyone will join the conversation for the rest of […]
As we work to end sexual violence this Sexual Assault Awareness Month, it is important to provide accurate information about what it is, how it impacts people, and who is impacted most. Follow us on twitter and facebook to join this discussion, and please share with us via social media your own ideas about #WhyWeNeedSAAM […]
NCCASA has traditionally offered conference scholarships and sought nominations for several awards to be given at our biennial conference. This year’s conference honors this tradition with the Amy McWilliams Scholarships, the Rape Prevention Education Scholarships, the Investing in Advocates Scholarships, the Lynne Spence Commitment to End Sexual Violence Award, the Golden Quill Award, the Anne […]