Take a Stand for a Violence-Free Community
Posted by on October 20, 2008
TAKE A STAND For a Violence-Free Community
Temple University Main Campus, Mitten Hall
1913 North Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA
Directions and parking information can be found on our website.
Saturday, November 22, 2008
8:30 am to 2:30 pm
There is no admission fee, but you must register by November 14, 2008.
For more information or to register, please contact Molly McAndrew at 215-985-3322 or email@example.com.
About Women & Influence
Women & Influence 2008 is a FREE half-day conference focusing on violence and how community members can reduce its impact, keep themselves, their families and their neighborhoods safe, and truly work towards a violence-free Philadelphia region.
This conference will foster an open and informative dialogue around the culture of violence in our region. Learn how city officials, local agencies and community members like you are working to create a safer community. This conference will feature the work of many WOMEN’S WAY funded agencies, feature a panel discussion on local violence prevention programs and a community-wide call to action. Lunchtime workshops include conflict resolution skill-building and a training on how to talk to the young women in your life about dating violence.
For detailed program information visit our website.
About WOMEN’S WAY
Founded in Philadelphia in 1977, WOMEN’S WAY is the country’s oldest and largest women’s funding federation. Our mission is to raise money and public awareness to fight for and achieve women’s equality, safety, self-sufficiency and reproductive freedom through women-centered funding, advocacy and education.
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