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Episode 34: Trans Cultural Humility: Beyond the Basics

Episode 34: Trans Cultural Humility: Beyond the Basics

October 7, 2021

This episode we are joined by PCAR & NSVRC staff who share with us their experiences training on trans cultural humility and how we can be part of the solution to end transphobia.

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Episode 33: Mindfulness & Prevention

Episode 33: Mindfulness & Prevention

September 16, 2021

This episode we learn about how the practice of mindfulness can be used as a prevention strategy. We are joined by Brittany Leach from Women In Need, who tells us about Mindful Beings, a new program that helps teachers implement mindfulness practices into the classroom and daily routine in order to increase self-awareness, reduce conflict, and prevent violence.

 

Episode 32: New Projects from End Rape On Campus

Episode 32: New Projects from End Rape On Campus

September 2, 2021

This episode we are joined by Sarah McPherson, Program Manager at End Rape on Campus, to learn about three of their new projects: Speaker Series, Campus Accountability Map, and Student Survivor Caucus. Listen now to learn how you can get involved!

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Episode 31: Student Speech in the 21st Century

Episode 31: Student Speech in the 21st Century

August 19, 2021

This episode we are joined by PCAR staff attorneys to learn about a recent U.S. Supreme Court Case, Mahanoy City School District vs. B.L., and how this decision about student speech might affect survivors.

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Episode 30: Dignity in Difference: Intersections, Privilege, and Making Change with LaQuisha Anthony

Episode 30: Dignity in Difference: Intersections, Privilege, and Making Change with LaQuisha Anthony

July 15, 2021

This episode we are joined by LaQuisha Anthony from V.O.I.C.E and WOAR. LaQuisha was one of our keynote speakers at PCAR’s 2021 virtual conference, and is the recipient of the NSVRC’s 2021 Visionary Voice Award in Pennsylvania. LaQuisha helps us examine the intersections of sexual violence and oppression, how privilege shows up in our work, and what it can look like to be a change agent.

To learn more about V.O.I.C.E, visit www.asurvivorsvoice.org or follow them on social media at @asurvivorsvoice.

To get in touch with V.O.I.C.E, call 215-792-3163 or email info@asurvivorsvoice.org. Follow LaQuisha on Instagram @iam_thevoice. You can also contact WOAR - Philadelphia Center Against Sexual Violence at 215-985-3333 for immediate assistance.

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Episode 29: What’s the LINK?: Abuse of Animals and Humans

Episode 29: What’s the LINK?: Abuse of Animals and Humans

July 1, 2021

This episode explores the connection between abuse of animals and abuse of humans. We are joined by Cathleen Palm from the Center for Children’s Justice, Amy Kaunas from the Humane Society of Harrisburg Area, and Corporal Spada from the Pennsylvania State Police, who introduce us to the KeystoneLINK Coalition. 

 

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Episode 28: Healthcare is a Right: Midwifery and Sexual Violence

Episode 28: Healthcare is a Right: Midwifery and Sexual Violence

June 17, 2021

In this episode, we are joined by Certified Nurse Midwife Sameerah Shareef, who is also the Medical Director of Michigan State University Sexual Assault Healthcare Program. Sameerah shares with us her vast experience over the years and how midwives can support pregnant survivors.

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Episode 27:  A Podcast About Podcasts: Celebrating One Year of PA Centered & Resource On the Go

Episode 27: A Podcast About Podcasts: Celebrating One Year of PA Centered & Resource On the Go

June 3, 2021

As both PCAR and NSVRC’s podcasts approach the milestone of one year of recording and sharing episodes, we take listeners behind the scenes to discuss what it takes to launch a podcast and what we’ve learned through this process. Join us for our first joint episode!

 

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Visit www.pcar.org/podcasts for show notes and transcripts.

Episode 26: Lessons Learned from the Women’s Suffrage Movement

Episode 26: Lessons Learned from the Women’s Suffrage Movement

May 20, 2021

During this episode, we hear from Danielle M. Conway, Dean and Donald J. Farage Professor of Law at Penn State Dickinson Law. We learn about the role of Black women in the suffrage movement, how we can use history to better understand our world today, and action steps we can take in creating anti-racist institutions.

 

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Visit www.pcar.org/podcasts for show notes and transcripts.

Episode 25: How Can We Serve Pregnant Survivors?

Episode 25: How Can We Serve Pregnant Survivors?

May 6, 2021

This episode we are joined by Dr. Phyllis Sharps from Johns Hopkins University. We learn about maternal and child health, and the effects of intimate partner violence on pregnant women, infants, and very young children. 

 

 

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