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  • CCASA Logo NAUHZCASA FV Statement: #MeToo DIY Kits December 18, 2019 Shared by Gina Lopez, CCASA Rural and Indigenous Communities Specialist NAUHZCASA FV Statement: #MeToo DIY Kits The Navajo, Apache, Ute, Hopi, Zuni Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Family Violence consist… READ MORE
  • CCASA Logo Sexual Violence and Eating Disorders – The Harmful Link August 21, 2019 Written By Jacquie Koewler, survivor, writer, and advocate On September 8th, Denver will host its annual National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) walk in Great Lawn Park (https://nedawalk.org/denver2019).  As someone who… READ MORE
  • CCASA Logo The “Me Too Era”? August 13, 2019 By Jolene Cardenas, CCASA Survivor Task Force coordinator   What the hell does that even mean? "Me Too Era". I keep hearing it over and over in the mainstream media,… READ MORE
  • CCASA Logo Passing the Feather May 14, 2019 Written by Gina Lopez CCASA Rural & Indigenous Communities Specialist NAUHZCASA FV (Navajo, Apache, Ute, Hopi, Zuni Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Family Violence) is a multi-tribal, multi-disciplinary coalition that… READ MORE
  • CCASA Logo Tuka & Bertie Review: An unexpected story of healing May 9, 2019 Written by Medha Gudavalli, CCASA Survivor Task Force member ***SPOILERS FOR TUKA & BERTIE ARE AHEAD***   Lately, I’ve been feeling like the #MeToo movement has been exploited. An article… READ MORE
  • CCASA Logo Why I Reported and Nothing Came of It. April 29, 2019 Written By Laura Ostrow, CCASA Survivor Task Force member Trigger Warning: Sexual Assault. I am terrified as I write this, but I will not allow myself to feel ashamed and… READ MORE
  • CCASA Logo At This Moment… April 18, 2019 Written By Laura Ostrow, CCASA Survivor Task Force member (TW: Sexual Assault) At this moment, one year ago, I was about to be raped. No, I wasn’t walking in an… READ MORE
  • CCASA Logo Op-Ed: Climbing off the pedestal on International Women’s Day March 8, 2019 by Hannah Skewes and Medha Gudavalli Hannah Skewes is a writer, photographer and a member of the Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault Survivor Task Force. Medha Gudavalli is a teaching… READ MORE
  • CCASA Logo Hearing Beale Street January 18, 2019 Written by Jolene Cardenas (Spoilers ahead: “If Beale Street Could Talk” Written by James Baldwin,  2018 film directed by Barry Jenkins) “Neither love nor terror makes one blind: indifference makes… READ MORE
  • CCASA Logo Cyntoia Brown and the Sexual-Assault-to-Prison-Pipeline January 9, 2019 Written by Medha Gudavalli Cyntoia Brown has captured all of our hearts, inspiring many to transform their feelings into actionable change. It’s rare, yet empowering, to see high-profile celebrities--Ashley Judd,… READ MORE
  • CCASA Logo Gina’s week at the National Indian Nations Conference 2018 December 6, 2018 Gina Lopez CCASA Rural & Indigenous Communities Specialist is in beautiful California this week at the National Indian Nations Conference to connect and learn about healing and advocacy for Indigenous… READ MORE
  • CCASA Logo Why I support CCASA: Ken’s Story November 26, 2018 Written By Ken Fowler, former CCASA intern I started to work in this field two years ago when I showed up to this office asking for someone whose name I… READ MORE
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