We are excited to share a safe space with the following individuals, groups, and organizations for the 2019 Domestic Violence Awareness Series on October 7, 13, 14, 22, and 29 at The Screening Room (127 E Congress):
Al Perry. Resources. Local Musician.
Amber. Survivors. Local artist, community advocate, podcasts, organizer; Sacred Sundays, Helping the Good People, Kino Stadium Domestic Violence Event
April Barbosa. What Is DV; Resources; What YOU Can Do. Surviving Family Member. Founder Justice for Rosaura and Rosaura’s Angels
Black Bottom. Vendor/What YOU Can Do. Upcycled Wine Bottles and More by Artist Kathy Morrow
Carrie Levesque. Resources; What YOU Can Do. Community Member connecting people through Art.
Charles Heller. Resources. Personal Safety Advocate, Local radio show host on AM 1030.
Swap Shop radio, Sundays 10 AM – Noon MST on AM 1030, KVOI, Tucson. Buy , sell , or trade anything you want live on the radio. The unregulated (except by common sense) free market in action.
Liberty Watch, then America Armed & Free, Sundays 12:03 to 2 PM MST, right after Swap Shop
Courtwatch. Resources. Facebook.com/keepthedate
Emerge! Resources. Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse provides domestic abuse crisis intervention and housing, prevention, education, support, and advocacy services to anyone experiencing domestic abuse. While the majority of the people seeking our services are women and their children, our services are available to anyone regardless of gender.
Felicia Chew. What Is DV; Survivors; Resources; What YOU Can Do. DVAS Coordinator. Founder Felicia Chew Community Projects and Domestic Violence Support Services. Survivor; Advocate
Felicia Chew Creations. Art created by Felicia Chew, supporting the work of Felicia Chew Community Projects. Funds raised by FCC go to assist with the education, advocacy, and outreach for building healthier relationships to end systemic domestic violence.
Gabbie. Survivors. Domestic abuse survivor. Community Member.
Jason LeValley. Resources; What YOU Can Do. Downtown Tucson Radio. 99.1FM.
Jenna Herder. Resources; Survivors. Owner Combat Krav Maga: Unit 545. Domestic violence survivor; Survivors’ advocate; Women’s advocate.
Jessica. What Is DV. Surviving Family Member. Community Member. Program Director – El Tour De Tucson; CEO -Culture Ecology solutions
John. Resources. Friend of Victim. Community Member. John is an advocate against physical violence in relationships. Following the death of his best friend at the hands of an abusive partner, he has chosen to honor her memory by reaching out to others who are struggling to leave or dealing with the trauma of abusive relationships. John writes: “Cassy was a beautiful soul and I miss her everyday. If you are going through anything similar to what she experienced, know that you are not alone.”
Kuuleme Stephens. Resources. Court Processes. Local wrestling; Community advocate.
Laura Galland. What YOU Can Do. Graduate U of A Law School.
Pima County Attorney’s Office, Victim Services Division. Resources; What YOU Can Do Provides resources and support to victims of crime in Pima County, including domestic violence victims.
Robin Motzer. What YOU Can Do. Advocate, fundraiser, artist, writer and poet. She works with several non-profits and co-leads a group who introduced “Organic First” land management in Tucson and Pima County to reduce pesticide and herbicide use. She is currently working on a film about the preeminence of nature and a book about bullying, harassment & scapegoating.
Rosemary Bolza. What is DV. Community Member. Captain (retired) United States Public Health Service; RN, Certified Nurse Midwife, Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner. Sexual violence is a health and economic problem that affects everyone.
Sasha. What is DV; Survivor; Resources; What YOU Can Do. 36 years old, two wonderful children, and an amazing husband; works as a PCT at one of the local hospitals; loves spending time with her family. Survivor.
Sat Bir Kaur Khalsa. What YOU Can Do. Non- violence advocate. Co-founder of Culture of Peace Alliance (COPA) a 591(c)3; Program Mgr./Founder of Community Conversations (founded in 2003); Foster parent and community activist for peace.
Tony Mosley. What YOU Can Do. M.Ed. is a certified counselor with over 15 years of experience. He comes from a diverse background as his career consists of personal development workshops, film/television/stage acting, professional disc jockey/emcee, college athlete and coach. As a certified meditation instructor, his experience has led him to develop Breath Of Life as a means to address student behavior and support educators with classroom management. Tony’s work has proven results as education leaders continue to seek him out to provide guidance and support to their academic communities. Breath Of Life is a transformative experience and Tony’s work in this area continues to impact students and educators in a very powerful way.
Vanessa Helms. Director, Pima County Victim Services Division.
Domestic Violence Support Services
The Screening Room
Red Elephant Imports
Zero Miles to Empty
Thanks for joining us!
Learn more about what you can do to help end systemic domestic violence at http://www.feliciachew.com/enddv