On October 23rd, 2021, in recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness and sponsored by USC Keck School of Medicine Relationship and Violence Prevention Services, Rainbow Services, LAFCCAC, and NASW USC Unit, TILA will be hosting the 5th Annual IPV Revolution: Creating Intersectional Community Solutions to Uplift Black Parenting.
Through storytelling and an analysis of the oppressive systems that impact Black mothering, be part of a dialogue that will foster our community power unreliant on systems of oppression which have excluded Black women and fems throughout this country’s history.
TILA Table is a “roundtable” format to unite Black women and fem’s community power around the intersections of intimate partner violence, and systems of oppression through the lens of community activism and anti racism. Hear first-hand accounts from our featured storytellers, each of whom will shed light on various aspects of IPV as it relates to their intersections of Black mothering and parenting and/or the multiple social identities of the communities they serve.
Speakers include Dr. Allison Monterrosa, Dr. Tiffany Dukes, Teneicka Drake, Vanessa Warri, and LaToya D. Council. Watch the IPV Revolution: Creating Intersectional Community Solutions to Uplift Black Parenting here.
Watch the IPV Revolution: Creating Intersectional Community Solutions to Uplift Black Parenting
Welcome to our IPV Revolution Resource Room. You can explore the rooms by clicking on the objects.
- Partner/Sponsor/Speaker Sites
- The Revolution Starts at Home
- Invisible No More
- The Gift of FInding God’s Love: Guilt and Shame Turned into My Shine – Teniecka Drake
- IntersectionAllies: We Make Room For All – LaToya D. Council
- What Happened To You
- Beyond Survival
- Fumbling Towards Repair
- We Do This ‘Til We Free Us
- Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen: The Emotional Lives of Black Women
- Resources for Community Healing
- Emotional Emancipation Circles: evidence-informed, psychologically sound, culturally grounded, and community-defined self-help support groups designed to help heal trauma caused by anti-Black racism
- Lumos Transforms: a social enterprise founded to shepherd individuals, communities, and organizations through positive change
- 10-week healing circle intensive: geared towards those who have been impacted by violence, caused harm, enabled harm, and those who find themselves in cycles of physical and emotional harm who want to explore their participation in such cycles
- National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-SAFE
- Articles and Resources
- Expanding our Frame: Deepening our Demands for Safety and Healing for Black Survivors of Sexual Violence
- Domestic Violence in Communities of Color WOCN, Inc. FAQ Collection
- Community Insights on Domestic Violence among African Americans
- The Intersection of Spirituality, Religion and Intimate Partner Violence in the African American Community
- Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome: Generational Trauma
- The Brutal Truth: Putting Domestic Violence On The Black Agenda
- Creative Interventions Toolkit: A Practical Guide to Stop Interpersonal Violence
- Transformative Justice: A Brief Description
- Philly Stands Up: Inside the Politics and Poetics of Transformative Justice and Community Accountability in Sexual Assault Situations
- Jose Ramirez Art
- Our Stories matter Donation Link