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Join us for coffee and conversation exploring the intersections in Black Queer survivors lives.

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Join Ujima, Inc. for coffee and conversation exploring the intersections in Black Queer survivors lives. We will explore specifically the ways survivor's health status, housing access, and identity collide and impact safety. We will be joined by several guests who will discuss areas in which advocates can be more culturally humble, trauma-informed, and responsive to the needs and realities of Black queer survivors in our community.

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Launched in 2016, Ujima, Inc.: The National Center on Violence Against Women in the Black Community serves as a national, culturally-specific services issue resource center to provide support to and be a voice for the Black Community in response to domestic, sexual and community violence. Ujima was founded in response to a need for an active approach to ending domestic, sexual and community violence in the Black community.

The name Ujima was derived from the third principle of Kwanzaa, and means Collective Work and Responsibility. As an organization, we understand the need to mobilize and heal our communities from the inside out. We utilize this principle to empower service providers, policy makers, advocates and the community-at-large to address the unique challenges faced by the Black Community as it relates to violence across a broad spectrum.

For more information, visit www.ujimacommunity.org

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