Thu, 4/14: Out of the Darkness: Confronting Domestic Violence in Our Community

Thursday, April 14th, 2011


42-07 Parsons Boulevard

Queens, NY 11355

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New York Asian Women’s Center presents during National Crime Victims’ Rights Week

Out of the Darkness: Confronting Domestic Violence in Our Community

Domestic violence goes beyond interpersonal violence and affects the entire community from children to the workplace.

Join the discussion on appropriate action and response.

Light Refreshments.  Networking opportunities.

Guest Panelists:

Moderator: CUNY School of Law

Former NYAWC Board Chair, Professor Donna Lee


Kala Ganesh, Executive Director

New York City Family Justice Center, Queens

Susan Jacob, Director of Programs and Training

New York Asian Women’s Center

Jerin Arifa, Project Speak Out Manager

NYPD, Chief of Department, DV Unit

Sergeant Kurz


Binta Vann-Joseph, Director, External Communications

For more information, contact: 1-888-888-7702

A Special Thank You to Our Cosponsor the YWCA


The New York Asian Women’s Center helps women and their children overcome domestic violence and other forms of abuse by empowering them to govern their own lives.  The Center provides a safe haven through multi-lingual support programs and shelter services.  In addition, the Center works to raise public awareness about violence against women, advocates for the rights of survivors, and acts as an agent of social change.

New York Asian Women’s Center, 39 Bowery, PMB 375, New York, NY 10002

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