Education and Resistance as Response to Violence

Friday, 11:30 am to 1:00 pm -- Maryland 243

Violence has always been an expected part of life for those most vulnerable and dehumanized of our society. As society changes, the forms and perpetrators of violence may change but the two presenters in this session argue that we must always educate and resist in its wake.

Research presented:

Better Practices in Human Trafficking Education: Survivor and Educator Perspectives by Amy Bintliff, University of Wisconsin-Madison STREETS (Social Transformations to End Exploitation and Trafficking for Sex)

Social Movements Against Racist Police Brutality and Department of Justice Intervention in Prince George's County Maryland by Jonathan Hutto, Prince Georges People's Coalition