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"Killing Me Softly With His Words: A Child of God's Response to Domestic Violence" Part 1
The faith community has been slow to discuss domestic violence among its parishioners. This panel will address how the intersectionality of class, gender, age, and denomination affect discussions of domestic violence in the church. The Panel is based on Moderator Loretta Green-Williams' autobiographical book, Killing Me Softly With His Words: A Child of God's Response to Domestic Violence.
The Woman-Womb: Removal of the Mule Image of Black Women and Health
March 6, 2021, ushered in the four-part series of discussions around women of the African diaspora and health concerns. Celebrating Women's History Month, health issues such as mental health, research, dental, covid vaccination, and fitness over fifty will bring diasporan women from around the globe to talk about health issues and concerns. Register at Eventbrite and visit us live on our webpage, wocpscn.com.
The Woman-Womb Series: Deconstructing the Superwoman Image
Focus on the identity and roles of Black women during the pandemic was the discussion with WOCPSCN's Board of Trustee member, Dr. Christine Thorpe that was joined with Dena Quinones. Ms. Quinones, soror sisters of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., and business partners with Stronger Tomorrow Wellness. Discussion on the impact of the pandemic on our roles as employees, mothers, wives, daughters, sisters, and friends; on our mental and physical health, and how we had to adjust during the crisis to maintain our safety. We also explored our identity as black women during COVID and how it has become more front and center in key spaces of influence related to the pandemic. WOCPSCN Board Director Ronni Savage moderated.
Celebrating the National Girls and Women Sports Day, which is an annual day of observance held during the first week of February to acknowledge the accomplishments of female athletes while recognizing the influence of girls and women in sports, WOCPSCN's Gurl/Swurl initiative is to establish national sports empowerment programs. One of our major Gurl/Swurl events is the Gurl/Swurl Goleconomic vulnerable girls. Celebrating International Girls/Women Sports Day, WOCPSC'N's founding Board Member, Southern California Regional Director, and Sports Opportunity Director (Urban Gurl, Suburan Swurl Initiatives), Ronnie Savage led the conversation. The discussion was led by moderator Nola Agha, Associate Professor of Sport Management at the University of San Francisco (USF) and sports economics consultant. Panelist discussed issues of youth fitness to professional sports and the issues that address girls/women. Panelists included Monica Heuer, Cohort 8 of University of San Francisco, Sports Management, and currently athletics at Moreau Catholic High School; Prof. Michael M. Goldman, who specializes in sports marketing, researcher and consultant at USF; Ilisa Kesser, a former USF Sports Management graduate that is currently Chief Operations Officer for Special Olympics Northern California and Yvette Perry, international referee. Additional support organizations are God's Planet for Haiti; Save the Young Girls Foundation-Sierra Leone, West Africa, and South African Sports For Girls. We are accepting donations and memberships that your membership will be earmarked for the Gurl/Swurl Initiative. WOCPSCN is a not-for-profit organization. Please go to wocpscn.com for additional information, membership, and donation submissions.
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