Native Alliance Against Violence

Enhancing Access to essential services

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In memoriam of 11 year old ASHLYNN MIKE and all other native victims who have gone missing or been murdered due to sexual and/or domestic violence.

 
 

5th Annual American Indian Domestic Violence Awareness Day of Unity

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

1:00 PM  3:30 PM

Reynolds Wellness Center, 1001 Ew Highway 123 Seminole, OK, 74868

Join us to honor Domestic Violence Awareness Month by attending the 5th Annual American Indian Domestic Violence Awareness Day of Unity in Seminole, OK. 

*This event is FREE and open to the public!*

This year's event will be hosted by The Seminole Nation Domestic Violence Program, and theme of the event will be: "Unify to Change a Culture of Violence to One of Respect". We are asking everyone that posts about Domestic Violence Awareness Month to use the hashtag, #Unify2Change, to create extra awareness and buzz around this important issue plaguing the American Indian community.

The event will have a culturally specific introduction, speakers, and display tables featuring Oklahoma's tribal domestic violence and sexual assault programs giving out information on services.

 

Upcoming Events


Click on image below to watch the video of the NAAV's Executive Director, Dawn Stover, speaking about the high rates of violence in the Native American community.

 

Advocate Appreciation Dinner- Donation Drive

The NAAV proposes to invite Oklahoma's tribal advocates to an evening event that will include a meal, appreciation gifts and entertainment. This event will show the tribal advocates they are not alone while working difficult cases and provide them with a night of relaxation and support. We will be recognizing all of the unique and amazing work they are providing for the Native American community.

 

event calendar 

Click below to see all of the activities that are planned for the month of September.

 

 
 
 
More than four in five American Indian and Alaska Native adults (83%) have experienced some form of violence in their lifetime.
— National Institute of justice
 
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