VIOLENCE IN MARGINALIZED POPULATIONS
Sometimes when we talk about domestic violence, we assume it means abuse between a man and a woman who are in an intimate relationship. That’s certainly a big part of domestic violence, but it doesn’t stop there. Violence can and does, also happen in relationships between same gendered couples, and what is often called the “Marginalized Populations.” Since intimate partner violence is about power and control over another, any relationship is susceptible, and can suffer from abuse.
Saturday, Dawn Monet shares the facts, the insights and the realities of abuse. Dawn is a community advocate for the NW Network of Bisexual, Trans, Lesbian and Gay Survivors of Abuse, and has been involved with this work for 15 years. She is a graduate with honors from UCSB, with a special interest in art therapy, and was awarded “Special Merit” University Service Award. Be with us Saturday to learn more about the less talked about victims of domestic violence.
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