Honest Conversations brings together community members to have an authentic discussion about the stigma surrounding child sexual abuse in specific communities.
We know that no community is immune from child sexual abuse. This webinar and live-streaming series was born out of the need to learn unique perspectives from different communities and how they deal with the issue of child sexual abuse. You’re invited to join the conversation as we explore the unique strengths and challenges of protecting children in different communities.
In this Honest Conversation, President and CEO Katelyn Brewer sat down with three experts in the field of commercial sexual exploitation of children to discuss the truth about child sex trafficking, especially in the digital world. Learn more and watch it now.
Like many others, the Orthodox Jewish community is not immune to child sexual abuse. This powerful conversation explores the unique strengths and challenges of protecting children in this community. Learn more and watch it now.
Check out this Honest Conversation about the unique cultural considerations that drive Hispanic parents and caregivers to make prevention-based decisions. Watch now. To learn more about child sexual abuse prevention in Hispanic Communities, click here.
In this honest conversation, we discuss insights, prevention strategies, and best practices for being a good ally to Hispanic survivors. Watch now. To learn more about child sexual abuse prevention in Hispanic Communities, click here.
This conversation highlights how safe adults, parents, and our society can work to pivot and adapt new prevention measures as our everyday changes due to COVID-19. Watch now.
What does it look like to develop a culture of abuse safety in Black communities? That’s the question that Ashley Cook and Kevin McNeil worked to answer in this episode of Honest Conversations. Learn more.
In this edition of “Honest Conversations,” our Director of Partnerships, Ashley Cook, spoke with advocate and facilitator Kevin McNeil about breaking the stigma around child sexual abuse in Black communities. Learn more.
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