LEADERS. HEALERS. ADVOCATES.
SURVIVOR LEADERSHIP COLLECTIVE
We are a group of survivors dedicated to working individually and collectively in the community on issues of violence.
To join us or for more information, please contact Jo-Anne O’Challa, LICSW.
What we do:
> trainings and workshops
> coordinate awareness events
> create community art
> support individual and group projects
Amy Cuddy Talk at Fundraiser, April 2017.
Several of us attended a talk by Amy Cuddy about Power Poses, which was hosted by Casa Myrna.
Open Mic, Interactive Community Art Honoring Domestic Violence Awareness Month, 2017
In October 2017. we honored the National Domestic Violence Awareness Month by hosting several community art events for survivors and allies.
Fall 2018 Events:
9/13 SLC Open House Night
Reserve your free ticket on Eventbrite:
9/20 Night of Healing @ Newton-Wellesley Hospital
TBD Fall Healing Arts Workshop Series @ BIDMC for survivors of domestic violence
10/29-11/2 DV Awareness Month Art Exhibit by survivors at BIDMC
Join us for these events in Spring 2019:
3/20, 3/27 Art workshops for survivors of sexual violence
4/5 Standing with Survivors Everyday @ BIDMC
4/10 Paint Nite Fundraiser
4/13 Open Mic
4/14 Yoga Class Fundraiser @ JPCY
4/28 Come walk with us at the BARCC walk for change!
5/19 Yoga class fundraiser at Coolidge Yoga in Brookline
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Please check out our Events/Trainings page for more details!
Spring 2018 Events:
Sexual Assault Awareness Month is this April 2018. Please join us for any of these events.
April 4th: Art Workshop for Survivors @ BIDMC, 5:30-8:30PM
April 10th: Celebrating the work with sexual violence survivors @ BIDMC, 12-1PM
April 14th: Spin for Survivors @ Turnstyle Backbay at 1pm. This ride is hosted by the Survivor Leadership Collective and the Center for Violence Prevention and Recovery at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center as a part of Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month.
April 22nd: Walk with the SLC at the BARCC Walk, Boston Area Rape Crisis Center's event to raise funds to continue to provide free services to survivors of sexual assault.