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The Community Response to Intimate Partner Violence

  • Sep 8, 2013 · 10:30 AM
  • Baltimore Ethical Society

Our first platform address of the fall season will be presented by Ms. Angeles Evans of TurnAround, Inc., a private, non-profit organization which BES supported last winter with our canned food and clothing drives. Ms. Evans will cover the various forms of abuse involved in intimate partner violence. She will offer quizzes that create conversations about intimate partner violence and highlight some stereotypes, challenges, or barriers to helping victims of violence. Her presentation will end with some brainstorming as to how we might mobilize as a community to respond to and/or better serve families and victims of intimate partner violence.

Speaker Bio: Angeles Evans holds a Bachelor in Social Work (BSW) from Morgan State University. She currently works as Community Educator at TurnAround, Inc, an agency that serves sexual assault, domestic violence, and human trafficking victims with its broader mission being to free Baltimore City and County from all forms of abuse. The majority of her work involves community outreach projects and presentations that spread awareness regarding issues of abuse, facilitation of teen and adult healthy relationship groups as well as victim advocacy. More information about TurnAround, Inc. is on the web at http://turnaroundinc.org.

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  • Paul

    Excellent discussion on the facts vs myths of domestic violence. The speaker stayed for the social afterwards and answered more questions. And an excellent spread of sandwiches (both vegetarian and meat) and desserts available. Thanks!

    September 9, 2013

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