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Sustaining Yourself in the Age of #MeToo: A Self-Care Workshop

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This self-care workshop is an opportunity to meet other survivors community members involved in the movement to end sexual violence and support survivors

Date: 4/2/2018

Time: 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Location: Family Justice Center 989 Commonwealth Ave, Boston, Massachusetts 02215
More Information: https://barcc.org/blog/details/learn-and-grow-with-barcc

It’s hard to pick up the paper or sign on to social media without facing a barrage of news stories related to sexual violence. While it’s great that #MeToo has pushed the national dialogue about sexual violence to the forefront, it can also be overwhelming. In the midst of all this, you—survivors, significant others, and advocates—may be finding it challenging to take care of yourself.

So let’s take a minute (or a couple hours) to nourish ourselves! This self-care workshop is an opportunity to meet other survivors community members involved in the movement to end sexual violence and support survivors—while also learning skills to be your best self. In addition to discussion and exploration of self-care, a few members of our Survivors Speakers Bureau will join us to share their stories and thoughts about self-care.

The event is free and open to the public. Go to https://barcc.org/blog/details/learn-and-grow-with-barcc#RSVP  to fill out our RSVP form. Please let us know if you need any accommodations in order to attend, and feel free to contact volunteer@barcc.org with any questions.

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