May
29
6:30 PM18:30

MMIW&G: Pawnee Nation Domestic Violence Program

Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women & Girls Outreach Event
Tuesday May 29, 2018
6:30 – 7:30PM
Pawnee Gazebo – Courthouse Lawn
457 Harrison St, Pawnee, OK 74058

Guest Speaker: Karen Kaniatobe, Education Coordinator at the Native Alliance Against Violence
Hosted by the Pawnee Nation Domestic Violence Program
For more information contact: Brittany Pratt (918)581-3016

- Red Sand Project
- Domestic violence/Sexual Assault Info
- Make red ribbons marked with #MMIWG
- Honoring the Oklahoma MMIW&G

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May
30
9:00 AM09:00

Introduction to Sexual Assault Investigations: Quapaw Tribe & Wyandotte Nation

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---There is NO COST to attend this training.---
DESCRIPTION:
The crime of sexual assault is one of the most violent crimes a
police department will be called upon to investigate. It is imperative that reports of sexual assault are handled in a manner that will provide sensitivity and meet the needs of the victim, as well as ensure proper police procedures relative to crime scene investigation, evidence collection, and documentation are followed. This training will provide a three prong approach to sexual assault investigations including the do’s and don’ts of sex crime investigations, understanding trauma, and interviewing/interrogating the suspecting sex offender. Approved for 6 CLEET hours including 2 MH hours.


PRESENTER:
Sgt. Gary Stansill retired as a sergeant from the Tulsa Police Dept. after 35 years of service. He is currently a DA Investigator for District 12, District Attorney Office (Roger, Mayes and Craig Counties). He has over 26 years of experience in sexual assault investigations as an investigator and supervisor. He supervised the Tulsa Police Sex Crime Unit and the Tulsa Police Child Crisis Unit. He is a CLEET certified instructor and has instructed law enforcement throughout Oklahoma on topics related to sexual assault investigations. Gary is a 1974 Tulsa University graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice.

For additional information contact the
NATIVE ALLIANCE AGAINST VIOLENCE | 405-801-2277
This project was supported by Grant #2017-IW-AX-0009 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings,
conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this training are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of USDOJ/OVW.

Sponsored by:
Quapaw Tribe Family Services Program
Wyandotte Nation Family Services Program

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May
19
8:00 AM08:00

NAAV Yard Sale

We are having a ✨YARD SALE!✨ This Saturday from 8am-2pm; 623 N. Porter Ave, Norman 73071;
Items:
Lot's of Women's Clothing & Shoes 👗👛👡
Men's T-Shirts 👕
Wall Art- Posters & Canvas Art 🎑
Makeup 💄
Twin Bed Frame 👬
Convertible Crib 👶
Coffee Table 🍴
Lamps 💡
Books 📖
Shelves 📚
Handbags 👜
Mirror & lots of odds and ends 😁😁😁
All proceeds from the Yard Sale will benefit the NAAV

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Apr
27
7:30 PM19:30

Take Back the Night: N.E. Native Alliance Against Violence members

The Northeast Native Alliance Against Violence chapter (Eastern Shawnee Tribe Family Violence Prevention Program, Wyandotte Nation Family Services Program, Seneca-Cayuga Tribe Violence Prevention Program, and the Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma) will be hosting a Take Back the Night event. This will be a walk to spread awareness and protest against rape and other forms of sexual violence. Women have the right to walk in their communities at day or night without harassment and sexual assault!

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Apr
25
6:00 PM18:00

Clothesline Project- Muscogee (Creek) Nation Family Violence Prevention

In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month the Family Violence Prevention Program will be hosting Clothesline Project Workshops.
Survivors/anyone impacted by sexual violence is invited to decorate a t-shirt to share their experiences and emotions. The shirts will serve as a testimony to the impact of sexual violence and the strength and resilience of survivors. 


All supplies and refreshments will be provided!
April 10th--Eufaula
April 11th--Okmulgee
April 12th--College of the Muscogee Nation
April 24th--Wetumka
April 25th--Okmulgee
**Survivors may contact the FVPP office for specific workshop locations--918-732-7979

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Apr
24
10:00 AM10:00

Clothesline Project- Muscogee (Creek) Nation Family Violence Prevention

In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month the Family Violence Prevention Program will be hosting Clothesline Project Workshops.
Survivors/anyone impacted by sexual violence is invited to decorate a t-shirt to share their experiences and emotions. The shirts will serve as a testimony to the impact of sexual violence and the strength and resilience of survivors. 


All supplies and refreshments will be provided!
April 10th--Eufaula
April 11th--Okmulgee
April 12th--College of the Muscogee Nation
April 24th--Wetumka
April 25th--Okmulgee
**Survivors may contact the FVPP office for specific workshop locations--918-732-7979

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Apr
22
2:00 PM14:00

Benefit Gourd & Round Dance: Gamma Delta Pi & Norman Public Schools

The OU Native sorority, Gamma Delta Pi and the Norman Public Schools Indian Education will be hosting a gourd and round dance event. Some of the proceeds from this event will be given to the Native Alliance Against Violence, so please come out to support Native education and the NAAV!

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Apr
20
5:30 PM17:30

2nd Annual Bring Light to Sexual Assault- Osage Nation Family Violence Program

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The Osage Nation Family Violence Prevention presents the 2nd Annual Bring Light to Sexual Assault event. This will be an evening of painting, sipping and eating while learning about sexual assault. Pinot's Palette will be helping us paint. Food will be catered by Ah-Tha-Tse. We don't provide alcoholic beverages but you can bring your own! Ticket prices will be $65 or $60 if you attended the event last year. Your ticket will also include a special gift from Tallgrass Prairie Flowers & More! Tickets can be purchased at our office or with LeeAnn Ammons. For more information, please call 918-287-5253.

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Apr
14
10:00 AM10:00

Oklahoma Missing Person's Day

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Attention families of missing persons...

OKLAHOMA MISSING PERSONS DAY

Oklahoma Missing Persons Day to be observed on Saturday, April 14th, 2018. Edmond, Oklahoma – March 9, 2018 – The Oklahoma Missing Persons Day will be on Saturday, April 14, 2018 at the University of Central Oklahoma Forensic Science Institute.

Families and friends of missing persons are encouraged to attend. Families may arrive between 10:00 AM and 3:00 PM. Families can report a missing person and provide their DNA.

Families of missing persons will benefit from education and counseling between 11:00 AM and 3:00 PM. If you need to report a missing person and provide your DNA, please arrive early so you can also attend the education and counseling sessions.

Families will be able to complete a missing person report to law enforcement, provide additional investigative leads, enter the missing person into NamUs, and provide family reference DNA samples for entry into the FBI Combined DNA Index System (CODIS). Families may bring photographs, dental and medical records, and any other pertinent information from the missing person.

All resources are available at no cost to families. NamUs, including DNA services, are funded through the National Institute of Justice (NIJ). The University of Central Oklahoma Forensic Science Institute is located at 801 E. 2nd Street in Edmond, Oklahoma.

For additional information visit: https://www.facebook.com/groups/OKMissingPersonsDay/

Contact: Mike Nance National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs) Michael.Nance@unthsc.edu 918-527-0080

Andrea Swiech Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) andrea.swiech@osbi.ok.gov 405-330-OSBI

Angela Berg Office of the Chief Medical Examiner’s Office (OCME) Angela.Berg@ocme.ok.gov 918-295-3400

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Apr
13
12:00 PM12:00

Walk a Mile in Her Shoes

This free and open event is sponsored by the Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma Family Violence Prevention, the Wyandotte Nation Family Violence Prevention Program, the Seneca-Cayuga Nation, and the Quawpaw (O-gah-pah) Tribe of Oklahoma.

Wear your heels or fancy shoes and come out to participate in this fun event. There will be a competition against local police departments to see who can walk a mile in heels the fastest. 

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Apr
12
11:00 AM11:00

Clothesline Project- Muscogee (Creek) Nation Family Violence Prevention

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In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month the Family Violence Prevention Program will be hosting Clothesline Project Workshops.
Survivors/anyone impacted by sexual violence is invited to decorate a t-shirt to share their experiences and emotions. The shirts will serve as a testimony to the impact of sexual violence and the strength and resilience of survivors. 


All supplies and refreshments will be provided!
April 10th--Eufaula
April 11th--Okmulgee
April 12th--College of the Muscogee Nation
April 24th--Wetumka
April 25th--Okmulgee
**Survivors may contact the FVPP office for specific workshop locations--918-732-7979

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Apr
11
6:00 PM18:00

Free Screening of Wind River: Otoe-Missouria Tribe DV/SA Program

As part of Crime Victims Rights Week, there will be a screening of the film Wind River at the Otoe-Missouria Community Bldg at 8151 HWY 177, Red Rock, OK on Wednesday, April 11 at 6 pm. The event is free and open to the public. The Otoe War Mother’s will have a concession stand. Chairs will be provided, but lawn chairs are welcome for comfort. For more info call 580-723-4466 ext 217.

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Apr
11
12:00 PM12:00

Clothesline Project- Muscogee (Creek) Nation Family Violence Prevention

In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month the Family Violence Prevention Program will be hosting Clothesline Project Workshops.
Survivors/anyone impacted by sexual violence is invited to decorate a t-shirt to share their experiences and emotions. The shirts will serve as a testimony to the impact of sexual violence and the strength and resilience of survivors. 


All supplies and refreshments will be provided!
April 10th--Eufaula
April 11th--Okmulgee
April 12th--College of the Muscogee Nation
April 24th--Wetumka
April 25th--Okmulgee
**Survivors may contact the FVPP office for specific workshop locations--918-732-7979

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Apr
10
10:00 AM10:00

Clothesline Project- Muscogee (Creek) Nation Family Violence Prevention

In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month the Family Violence Prevention Program will be hosting Clothesline Project Workshops.
Survivors/anyone impacted by sexual violence is invited to decorate a t-shirt to share their experiences and emotions. The shirts will serve as a testimony to the impact of sexual violence and the strength and resilience of survivors. 


All supplies and refreshments will be provided!
April 10th--Eufaula
April 11th--Okmulgee
April 12th--College of the Muscogee Nation
April 24th--Wetumka
April 25th--Okmulgee
**Survivors may contact the FVPP office for specific workshop locations--918-732-7979

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Apr
5
1:00 PM13:00

4th Annual Gathering of Voices: Addressing Sexual Assault in Indian Country

The Native Alliance Against Violence invites you to the 4th Annual Gathering of Voices: Addressing Sexual Assault in Indian Country. This event is held to honor Oklahoma Indian Country’s survivors of sexual assault, as well as the advocates that provide their support for these survivors. Join us as we speak out against sexual assault.

Agenda:

1:00 pm to 3:30 pm- Tribal domestic violence/sexual assault table displays

1:30 pm to 3:00 pm - Program Begins

  • Opening prayer:

Jennifer Woods, Councilwoman

  • Opening remarks by:

Choctaw Nation Chief Gary Batton

  • Remarks by:

Choctaw Nation Sexual Assault Response Team

  • Keynote speaker: Aldo Seoane

Aldo Seoane is co-founder of the Native American activist group, Wica Agli. Seoane will speak about how Indigenous men can take the lead on stopping sexual assault violence. https://www.wicaagli.org/

  • Special moment to honor the collective voices of sexual assault survivors and advocates

  • Closing remarks and closing prayer

  • Light Refreshments

Register Below or visit: oknaav.eventbrite.com

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Mar
16
2:00 PM14:00

Miami, OK- Wind River Screening

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The Native Alliance Against Violence (NAAV) invites you to attend a free movie screening of Wind River(2017, Rated-R, 107 min.) This free screening will be held at:

2:00 pm- 4:30 pm; Friday, March 16, 2018; B & B Miami Cineplex, 222 N Main St, Miami, OK 74354

The NAAV hopes to bring awareness to the issue of missing and murdered indigenous women and girls through this screening. Wind River tells the story of an FBI agent and a wildlife officer that investigate the murder of a young Native American woman on a reservation in Wyoming.

This is an R rated film, all minors under the age of 17 must be accompanied by an adult. Due to violence, nudity and R rating we strongly discourage the attendance of young children.

Registration is required

The families, friends, and communities of missing and murdered indigenous women and children can confirm that this epidemic is not a new occurrence to our state or our nation. The problem is magnified by the fact that the stories of the missing and murdered are not publicized by the mainstream media. We demand accountability from the perpetrators that have forcibly taken our loved ones. We stand in solidarity with those that seek to address the plight of the missing and murdered indigenous women and children in Oklahoma. The NAAV also supports similar efforts across the nation by bringing awareness through outreach, supporting families, and identifying and advocating for closing gaps in systemic response. The NAAV has created a space on our website for the missing and murdered native women and children of Oklahoma to reclaim their visibility. oknaav.org/missing-and-murdered


Director: Taylor Sheridan

Cast: Jeremy Renner, Elizabeth Olsen, Kelsey Asbille, Gil Birmingham, Graham Greene


Please register using the form below. If the form does not work, you may also register by clicking here.

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Mar
15
6:00 PM18:00

Okmulgee, OK- Wind River Screening

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The Native Alliance Against Violence (NAAV) invites you to attend a free movie screening of Wind River (2017, Rated-R, 107 min.) This free screening will be held at:

6:00 pm- 8:30 pm; Muscogee (Creek) Nation Mound Building, 1008 E Eufaula St, Okmulgee, OK 74447

Through this screening, the NAAV hopes to bring awareness to the cumulative effects of unchecked domestic and sexual violence of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. Wind River delves into the intersection of the energy industry, Indigenous women, sexual violence and murder within tribal jurisdiction. The movie does not provide solutions, however, it does provide examples of some of the complexities those on the front lines confront when dealing with sexual violence and homicides on tribal lands.

Wind River tells the story of an FBI agent and a wildlife officer that investigate the murder of a young Native American woman on a reservation in Wyoming. Though it is a fictional tale, Wind River is rooted in reality throughout Indian Country.

This is an R rated film, all minors under the age of 17 must be accompanied by an adult. Due to violence, nudity and R rating we strongly discourage the attendance of young children.

Registration is required

The families, friends, and communities of missing and murdered indigenous women and children can confirm that this epidemic is not a new occurrence to our state or our nation. The problem is magnified by the fact that the stories of the missing and murdered are not publicized by the mainstream media. We demand accountability from the perpetrators that have forcibly taken our loved ones. We stand in solidarity with those that seek to address the plight of the missing and murdered indigenous women and children in Oklahoma. The NAAV also supports similar efforts across the nation by bringing awareness through outreach, supporting families, and identifying and advocating for closing gaps in systemic response. The NAAV has created a space on our website for the missing and murdered native women and children of Oklahoma to reclaim their visibility. oknaav.org/missing-and-murdered


Director: Taylor Sheridan

Cast: Jeremy Renner, Elizabeth Olsen, Kelsey Asbille, Gil Birmingham, Graham Greene


Please register using the form below. If the form does not work, you may also register by clicking here.

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Mar
14
6:00 PM18:00

Ponca City, OK- Wind River Screening

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The Native Alliance Against Violence (NAAV) invites you to attend a free movie screening of Wind River(2017, Rated-R, 107 min.) This free screening will be held at:

6:00 pm-8:30 pm; Wednesday, March 14, 2018: Poncan Theatre, 104 E Grand Ave, Ponca City, OK 74601

The NAAV hopes to bring awareness to the issue of missing and murdered indigenous women and girls through this screening. Wind River tells the story of an FBI agent and a wildlife officer that investigate the murder of a young Native American woman on a reservation in Wyoming.

This is an R rated film, all minors under the age of 17 must be accompanied by an adult. Due to violence, nudity and R rating we strongly discourage the attendance of young children.

Registration is required

The families, friends, and communities of missing and murdered indigenous women and children can confirm that this epidemic is not a new occurrence to our state or our nation. The problem is magnified by the fact that the stories of the missing and murdered are not publicized by the mainstream media. We demand accountability from the perpetrators that have forcibly taken our loved ones. We stand in solidarity with those that seek to address the plight of the missing and murdered indigenous women and children in Oklahoma. The NAAV also supports similar efforts across the nation by bringing awareness through outreach, supporting families, and identifying and advocating for closing gaps in systemic response. The NAAV has created a space on our website for the missing and murdered native women and children of Oklahoma to reclaim their visibility. oknaav.org/missing-and-murdered


Director: Taylor Sheridan

Cast: Jeremy Renner, Elizabeth Olsen, Kelsey Asbille, Gil Birmingham, Graham Greene


Please register using the form below. If the form does not work, you may also register by clicking here.

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