Social Justice Mondays: Hunger in America This week’s Social Justice Mondays discusses the type of hunger that is happening in places we expect the least – working people’s homes.(Thumbnail description: Young white woman is standing in front of a white wall. She is
Social Justice Mondays: Feminism And… It’s Monday! It means it’s another week with Social Justice Mondays. This week we’re all checking our privileges with this VLOG on Privilege. (Image thumbnail: A young white woman is sitting in front of a white wall. She
Social Justice Mondays: Feminism This week for Social Justice Mondays we’re debunking some feminism myths, exploring sexism, and getting rid of our gender expectations in this SJ Mondays VLOG! (video thumbnail description: young white woman with a black sweater is sitting in
Social Justice Mondays: Why am I a Feminist? Due to ADWAS’ server being down for the majority of the day – there’s a delay on our second Social Justice Mondays VLOG. It will be posted tomorrow. But no worries, we’ve created a preview mini video of what our n
Social Justice Mondays: #IAMJADA, Rape Culture, and Social Media use (Trigger warning: Mentions Jada’s sexual assault experience and victims of rape. Discusses Rape Culture.) [Video clip description: White woman in her 20's is wearing a black short sleeve tee and is sitting i
In 1986, Marilyn J. Smith, established the Abused Deaf Women’s Advocacy Services (ADWAS) in Seattle WA. This organization has not only had an impact on Seattle, but all over the US. Today, ADWAS is honored to announce we are accepting nominations for the 1st ever Marilyn J. Smith In
Abused Deaf Women’s Advocacy Services presents a support group for Deaf sexual assault survivors starting in January 2014. You are not required to share your experience. Please watch the vlog for more information. If you want to discuss if this group is for you please con
Join us for the ADWAS “Strength and Courage” breakfast and the Marilyn J. Smith Inspirational Award presentation.This award is named after the founder and first director of Abused Deaf Women’s Advocacy Services. There are no tickets to attend the breakfast and admission is free. Your RSVP is required to reserve your seat. An investment of $75 or more per person will be suggested. For reservations and requests for DeafBlind interpreter needs, please RSVP by February 27th, 2015.