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The Pandemic and Living on the Margins of Safety

Event Location

Virtual (Zoom link in email response to your registration)
  • Date: Wednesday, Jun 3, 2020
  • Time: 6:00pm – 7:00pm
Event Fees:



61 seats

The Pandemic and Living on the Margins of Safety

Panel Discussion on Wednesday, June 3, 2020, 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Central Time

Co-sponsored by the Women of the ELCA

Join three professionals to learn about how the pandemic is impacting child abuse, sex trafficking, and domestic abuse.  Our three panelists will give brief presentations and then open the discussion up for questions.

  • Executive Director Sharyl Kato, Child and Family Therapist, The Rainbow Project (Madison) serving children and families who have experienced violence and deep trauma.
  • Director Jan Miyasaki, J.D., Project Respect (Madison) serving adult and juvenile victims of prostitution, sexual exploitation, and human trafficking.
  • Executive Director Sue Sippel, The Family Center (Wisconsin Rapids), guided by survivor voices, working through education and community involvement to eliminate violence and provide safety for all people victimized by abuse.

Opening Prayer: Women of the ELCA Director for Justice Jen DeLeon