Paths to Healing is a conference focused on adult survivors of child sexual assault, with a focus on male survivors. The 2019 conference will feature Nathan Spiteri, actor, filmmaker and survivor, in addition to the following sessions: – Expanding Outreach: Inclusivity and Diversity in a Changing Landscape – Invisible Survivors: The Sexual Assault of Black […]
Wednesday host Ali Muldrow returns to the studio today for an important conversation about sexual assault in schools. She is joined by guests from the Dane County Rape Crisis Center: Missy Mael, Director of Education & Outreach Programming, and Heather Chun, Prevention & Education Specialist. Together, they have a survivor-focused conversation about sexual harassment and […]
WCASA invites survivors and allies from throughout the state to rally in solidarity with sexual assault survivors during this #MeToo era and promote the continued healing for all survivors.
Survivors and Allies events are held to bring Wisconsin survivors and their allies together to learn self-care techniques, network and discuss new developments in the sexual assault movement. Sessions being offered include Enneagrams for healing and relationships; Bystander intervention; Creative art session provided in Spanish; EFT (or tapping) for trauma and self-care; Healing after trauma; […]
As the conversation around #MeToo continues, we take a look at the sexual violence experienced by low-income workers and university students. Our guests are investigative reporter Bernice Yeung and UW–Madison students and survivors Naomi Venezia and Ana. Together with listener callers, they share their powerful stories of rape and sexual assault on campus and in […]