Women of Color Roundtable
The Women of Color Roundtable gives advocates of color (Asian/Pacific Islander, Arab/Middle-Eastern, Black/African American/Caribbean/West Indies, Native/Indigenous, and Hispanic/Latin descent) the opportunity to discuss various topics that affect women of color as advocates as well as survivors. The Women of Color Roundtable is open to all advocates of color. The Roundtable held twice a year in conjunction with our quarterly membership meeting.
The roundtable understands the isolation, frustration, and lack of representation and invisibility felt by women of color in the movement and our goal is to work toward building and growing so no one feels invisible or powerless.
-To educate WOC through training sessions for professional growth.
-To empower WOC to focus on personal growth and development.
-To promote networking amongst member programs.
-To remove barriers that many WOC advocates face daily.
The Women of Color Caucus meets to discuss the barriers women of color survivors face and how can these barriers be removed.
The LGBTQIA Caucus meets to discuss the barriers LGBTQIA survivors face and how these barriers can be removed.
The Formally Battered Women’s Caucus meets to discuss the barriers formally battered women survivors face and how these barriers can be removed.
The Rural Caucus meets to discuss the barriers survivors in rural areas face and how these barriers can be removed.
The Children’s Caucus meets to discuss the barriers children face and how these barriers can be removed.