CALCASA Conference Draws Hundreds to Engage in Transformative Conversations to End Sexual Violence; Move to End Violence and Movement Makers Among Key Speakers

CALCASA Conference Draws Hundreds to Engage in Transformative Conversations to End Sexual Violence; Move to End Violence and Movement Makers Among Key Speakers

On June 21-22, 2016, hundreds of people gathered in Sacramento, California for the 2016 CALCASA Statewide Conference for Transformative Conversations to End Sexual Violence.

On the Day 1, Move to End Violence Director Jackie Payne gave a plenary speech where she offers a vision—and way forward – for a world where all girls and women live free of violence.

Movement Maker David Lee of CALCASA, Sujatha Balidga, Director of Restorative Justice Project, Jackie Payne, Director of Move to End Violence, and Sandra Henriquez, Executive Director, CALCASA
Movement Maker David Lee of CALCASA, Sujatha Balidga, Director of Restorative Justice Project, Jackie Payne, Director of Move to End Violence, and Sandra Henriquez, Executive Director, CALCASA

 

Watch Jackie’s Presentation, as well as the other Plenary Speakers, here.

The day also included recorded plenaries by Sujatha Balidga, and Movement Maker David Lee of CALCASA.

 

Day 2 Plenary Speakers Movement Maker Farah Tanis of Black Women’s Blueprint and Movement Maker Lovisa Stannow of Just Detention International with Movement Maker David Lee of CALCASA and CALCASA Executive Director Sandra Henriquez
Day 2 Plenary Speakers Movement Maker Farah Tanis of Black Women’s Blueprint and Movement Maker Lovisa Stannow of Just Detention International with Movement Maker David Lee of CALCASA and CALCASA Executive Director Sandra Henriquez

 

To watch all the Plenary Speakers and recorded conversations visit the CalCasa 2016 Conference page.

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