IDVAAC 2012 CONFERENCE
Domestic Violence and the Black Community: Unpacking the Significance
Of our Diversity - Examining Culture, Class, Social Context, and Ethnicity for Effective Research and Service Delivery
The Institute on Domestic Violence in the African American Community - IDVAAC National Conference - August 13-14th 2012 - Norfolk, Virginia! This year IDVAAC offers a rich line-up: Keynote address by Gail E. Wyatt, Ph.D., UCLA AIDS Institute Director and author; Bold Panel Discussions and Engaging and informative workshops on critical topics!
PANEL: Larry E. Davis, Ph.D. * Dorothy Roberts, J.D. *
Gail Elizabeth Wyatt, Ph.D. - Culture, Class, Ethnicity & Social Context in the Black Community: A Broad Perspective
Grace Bonareri Mose, D.A.
Presenter and Panelist: Domestic Violence in African Immigrant
and Refugee Communities
Miriam Jiménez Román
Presenter and Panelist: Latina Perspectives –
PANEL DISCUSSION: Diversity in the Black Community:
Implications for Service Delivery…
YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS THIS!!