Every year ELAWC partners with local community organizations and college campuses to raise awareness and educate the community on Sexual Assault.
This year we are excited to expand our programming with hybrid events. We look forward to bring a number of workshops, film screenings and thought -provoking discussions you can join from the comfort of your home, your phone device, or in person at INVINCIBLE—a Free Immersive Multi-Media Experience to Spotlight Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) at East LA College Campus on April 28th
Let's make this a memorable year and show our support to survivors everywhere. Let's stand together for survivors and spread the message that we are INVINCIBLE!
Here are some ways you can continue to support and raise awareness:
1) Join our livestream Workshops & Events
Workshop| Sexual Wisdom | Tues, April 12 at 12:30pm [Rio Hondo College]
Workshop| Consent & Boundaries | Wednesday, April 13th at 12:15pm
Workshop| Conversation on Consent: Men’s perspective | Thursday, April 14th at 6pm
Workshop| Coping Skills | Monday, April 18th at 3:15pm
Workshop| Recognizing Human Trafficking | Tuesday, April 19th at 12:15pm
Workshop| Sexual Violence through the eyes of College Students | Thursday, April 21st at 3:15pm
Workshop| Sexual Violence through the eyes of College Students | Tues, April 26 at 12:30pm [Rio Hondo College]
Workshop | Sanando mi Cuerpo y mente Después de un Trauma | Martes abril 26 1:00pm
In Person Event | Take Back the Night | Tuesday, April 26 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Virtual Event | SAAM Bingo/Denim Day: Wednesday, April 27th at 12:15pm
Men's Healing Circle for Male Survivors of Sexual Assault: Begins Thursday, April 7, 2022 via Zoom - To register: contact [email protected] or 323-526-5819 X 113
INVINCIBLE—a Free Immersive Multi-Media Experience
to Spotlight Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) APRIL 28th at 6PM
2) Follow our social media campaign: RED LIPS, HOOPS ON, INVINCIBLE at @elawc on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter and follow the hashtag #RLHOI as we dispel the myths and negativity that is often shared regarding women who wear red lipstick and hoop earrings and will instead focus on tradition, pride and sense of empowerment. We reiterate that regardless if a person is an immigrant, janitor, woman of color, sex worker, is underage, LGBTQ, or a survivor - sexual violence is never justified.
JOIN THE CONVERSATION:
> SHOW us your red lips and hoops
> TAG @elawc and #RLHOI and tell us why you feel invincible
> CALL 800.585.6231 24/7 to receive support
Download the Social Media Toolkit
3) Start a Fundraiser for ELAWC! You can donate to ensure our mission continues to support survivors all year round HERE. While our Hotline continues to operate 24/7 along with our modified remote services, we also need your help to meet the needs of all our clients during these uncertain times: covering hotel room expenses, emergency relief, food and basic needs for survival. You may also start a Fundraiser on Facebook by using your "Create Post" function and then clicking on "Support Nonprofit" and add our full name: East Los Angeles Women's Center. To start a fundraiser contact [email protected]
4) Book a Virtual Guest Speaker - Our trained case workers and therapists can join your training or workshop and discuss: Domestic Violence 101, Sexual Assault 101, Women's Health (HIV), Stress Management, Grounding Techniques and Mindfulness, ESD Self Defense Workshops and more!
If you or someone you know is in need of support you can always reach us at 800.585.6231
For questions please contact: [email protected]
If you are interested in attending any of the livestream workshops make sure to RSVP to receive login details.