Break The Bias

Happy International Women’s Day!

What does IWD mean to you and what does it mean to you to “Break the Bias”?

Please read the following message from Nicole at RAFT…

“The number one lesson I learned from working at a statewide coalition against domestic and sexual violence is to always take good care of the advocates who serve alongside me. This isn’t as easy as it sounds. #BreakingtheBias is all about letting our assumptions about people, including women, pass through and out of our minds. It requires taking the time to think critically about a situation without passing judgment on individuals and ourselves. In my daily life, I push myself to listen to many perspectives so I can have a positive impact on advocates.” – Nicole Ana Crespi, RAFT Workshop Facilitator

Let us continue to break the bias as we continue our work as advocates and survivors.

Always on your side,


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