Stop the Violence 2013

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KHUM 18th ANNUAL STOP THE VIOLENCE - START THE HEALING

CO-HOSTS: CLIFF BERKOWITZ, KHUM and SHERI JOHNSON – Humboldt State University

Week 1: Nov. 5-8
Sexual Exploitation of Children and Youth in Humboldt County

Nov. 5: Sheri Johnson - An outline of this year's campaign

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Nov. 6: Paula Arrowsmith-Jones, North Coast Rape Crisis Team

(NOTE: On her way to the KHUM studios for her interview, Paula was involved in a multi-car accident on Broadway in Eureka, near the Bayshore Mall. Paula was taken to the hospital for treatment of minor injuries. We are told she will be fine. All of us at KHUM wish her well. A story about the accident is posted at the Lost Coast Outpost).

Nov. 7: Mary Balletta, Director of WISH (unable to make it)

Nov. 8: Live call-in panel. Joining Sheri and Cliff on the panel were Maryann Hayes Mariani, North Coast Rape Crisis Team; Jacky Brennan RCAA RAVEN Project; and Megan Gotcher, Humboldt County Probation Department.

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Week 2: Nov. 12-15
Sexual Assault in the Military

Nov. 12: Colonel Ann Wright

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Nov. 13: Sandra Yelle, Veteran (Called in sick. Another victim of the Cold and Flu season)

Nov. 14: Kirby Dick, Director and writer of The Invisible War

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Nov. 15: Live call-in panel. Cliff Berkowitz; Sheri Johnson (co-host); Maryann Hayes Mariani, North Coast Rape Crises Team; Kim Hall, HSU Vets; and Captan Maureen P. Phillips, Ph.D.

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Week 3: Nov. 19-22 
Healing from Trauma

Nov. 19: Sheri Whitt, HSU Psychology Department Clinical Coordinator

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Nov. 20: Oceana Madrone, artist, Healing Quilt Project

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Nov. 21: Professor Michael Yellow Bird, Ph.D, global scholar

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Nov. 22: Healing breakfast at the Eureka Women's Club.

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NOTE:

This year's campaign wraps up with a "Healing Breakfast,: free and open to the public Friday, November 22nd from 8am - 10am at the Eureka Woman's Club.  

GET LAST YEAR'S STOP THE VIOLENCE CAMPAIGN HERE

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