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WCASA is Wisconsin's only state-wide coalition dedicated to ending sexual violence.

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        The Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault creates the social change necessary to end sexual violence. 


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        Sexual Assault Agency Media Kit

        The relationship between the news media and the sexual violence education and prevention movement is complex. On the one hand, the media can be instrumental in shining a spotlight on these issues and helping to raise public awareness; on the other hand, the media is born of the same popular culture that gave rise to misconceptions, stereotypes, and belief systems are rife with rape culture philosophy.

        As advocates, activists, and social change agents, we have an obligation to protect and provide safety for survivors of sexual assault, and to work with the media to raise awareness in an informed, educated, and mindful manner.

        Below are resources to assist you in working with the media.

         

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          2017 Calendar

          Regional TA Info/Trainings

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          > August 22 (4:00pm): Slavery & the making of America (Film Screening in honor of the International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and Abolition)

          > August 29 (10:00am)
          Grant Writing 101 (held in conjunction with End Domestic Abuse WI)

          > August 29 (2:00pm):  Medical Advocacy Webinar Series: DNA Essentials for Advocates and Survivors

          > August 31: Anti-Oppression: How CCR/SART teams can work to serve the marginalized populations in their communities, Green Bay

          > September 14 & 15, 
          Fall Director's Meeting, Middleton

          > September 19 (4:00pm): La Mitad del Mundo (Film Screening in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month)

          > September 21 (10:00am): 
          Medical Advocacy Webinar Series: Wisconsin Department of Justice SANE Program

          > September 26: SART Foundations & Case Reviews, Marshfield

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