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Jane Doe Inc. has partnered with its member organization The Network/La Red to create this first of its kind sexual and domestic violence prevention campaign in Massachusetts focused on the lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer and/or transgender communities.

Our goals are two-fold: to spread awareness about sexual and domestic violence in LGBQ/T communities and to ensure that services, systems and the public respond and meet the needs of LGBQ/T survivors and victims.

We want your voice to help shape this campaign. Tell us how you envision a world free of sexual and domestic violence in LGBQ/T communities by submitting a video completing the statement "I Want a World..." Videos not your thing? Express your "I want a World" vision through poetry, drawings, or whatever medium best suits you.


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JANUARY 19TH
Have you heard of The Ghostlight Project? It's a fantastic campaign being launched by the Survivor Theatre Project. On Jan 19 at 5:30pm, people across the country will gather outside of theaters “in a collective, simultaneous action, together creating ‘light’ for dark times ahead, and to make, or renew, a pledge to stand for and protect the values of inclusion, participation, and compassion for everyone regardless of race, class, religion, country of origin, immigration status, (dis)ability, gender identity, or sexual orientation.” #ghostlightproject #allarewelcome #bealight Where can I learn more about the Project? https://theghostlightproject.com/new-page-1/ Where can I join? https://theghostlightproject.com/participants/ Where can I learn more about the Survivor Theatre Project? http://www.survivortheatreproject.com/
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Casa Myrna “Policy Maker Forum” let’s end teen dating violence. Prevention work led by young people #starstrong #healthyrelationships
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Casa Myrna “Policy Maker Forum” let’s end teen dating violence. Prevention work led by young people #starstrong #healthyrelationships
There is no place for anti-immigrant rhetoric or policy here in Massachusetts. Stand with JDI’s Coalition Partner, MIRA (Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition Jan. 19 as they protest Bristol County Sheriff Hodgson’s inhumane plan to use inmate labor for a Mexico border wall. The protest will be across the street from the Bristol County Jail House at 226 Ash St., New Bedford, MA 02740. More event details to come. Contact Field Organizer Joel Rivera at jrivera@miracoalition.org with any questions.
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Who lives matter??? Trans lives matter “without community, there isn’t a liberation...”
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@trans+queer liberation #unity #transrights #lgbqrights
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JDI is here @trans+queer liberation march
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JDI is here @trans+queer liberation march
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JDI is here @trans+queer liberation march
Bristol Sheriff offers Trump inmates to help build wall - The Boston Globe
When officials create proposals that capitalize on anti-immigration sentiment and create an unjust climate, we must speak out. There exists an incontrovertible link between the racial/economic justice and immigrant rights movements. JDI joins coalition partner, MIRA, in condemning racist, anti-immigrant rhetoric and actions. Jane Doe Inc. is proud to endorse the MIRA Coalition’s Jan. 19th Bristol County Protest. The protest will take place across the street from the Bristol County Jail House at 226 Ash St., New Bedford, MA 02740. More event details to come. Contact Field Organizer Joel Rivera at jrivera@miracoalition.org with any questions. We strongly encourage you to join them in protest of Sheriff Hodgson’s proposal to use inmates for a Mexico border wall. Read what Sheriff Hodgson said here: http://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2017/01/04/bristol-sheriff-offers-trump-inmates-help-build-wall/IcRa1ELU9IotLlyjXFxvwK/story.html?s_campaign=8315 MIRA will be delivering a letter to the Sheriff, which you can read here: http://ow.ly/WokZ307Zn7H
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