Abused Deaf Women’s Advocacy Services WANTS You! At the heart of ADWAS is a Deaf – centered agency. We collaborate with Deaf, Deaf Blind and Hard of Hearing community as we all work together to end violence. How can you become involved with ADWAS?! Come and join Volunteer Advocate
15-second PSA by Abused Deaf Women’s Advocacy Services showcases American Sign Language and aims to open nationwide dialogue toward ending abuse. Seattle, WA (PRWEB) May 16, 2012 A 15-second video presented in American Sign Language (ASL) now appears on the CBS Super Screen at T
On May 14, 2012 a 15-second video presented in American Sign Language appeared on the CBS Super Screen at Times Square, where more than 300,000 pedestrians traffic daily. This is possibly the first video placement by a Deaf-run agency at Times Square, one of the most recognizable land
Project Strengthens ADWAS’s IT Infrastructure, Provides Stable Foundation for Growth SEATTLE–(BUSINESS WIRE)–West Monroe Partners, a North American business and technology consulting firm, today announced that it has completed a pro-bono project for Abused Deaf Women’s
Justice for Deaf Victims National Coalition (JDVNC) and Deaf DAWN are hosting a conference, “Taking Action, Creating Change” at the Sheraton Hotel in Silver Spring, Maryland near our nation’s capital of Washington, DC on October 25-28, 2016. We will be celebrating the evolution of Deaf anti-violence movement spanning thirty years of advocacy and service! In response to the changing needs of the field, JDVNC will be unveiling a new organizational name, logo, mission, vision, and values at the conference. We hope you can join us! There is 45 more days to sign up for the early bird registration which is $290. Please grab this deal, and sign up as soon as possible. Prices will increase to $340 starting February 1st. Register here. In addition, we are gathering call for proposals and presentations. If you or your agency is interested in presenting at the conference, fill out the call for proposal application here. The application is due on February 12, 2016! Some of the workshop topics we are looking to include are: advocacy prevention/education intervention engaging aspiring allies systems advocacy board development capacity building/sustainability legislation/legislative advocacy anti-oppression/ intersectionality community accountability We welcome Deaf advocates, counselors, educators, interpreters, and hearing allies working with Deaf survivors to be a part of a new wave of trauma informed advocacy and violence reduction efforts. Check out www.deafjusticeconference.com for conference updates, and follow us on: Facebook: Justice for Deaf Victims National Coalition Twitter: twitter.com/jdvnc Instagram: deafjustice123 If you have any questions, concerns or need additional information, email us at: email@example.com. Register today to be a part of a new era for the next 30 years!