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Healing from Cultural Betrayal Sexual Trauma Through Institutional Courage: We Deserve Healing Not Harm Speaker Series
Healing from Cultural Betrayal Sexual Trauma Through Institutional Courage: We Deserve Healing Not Harm Speaker Series with Jennifer M. Gómez, Ph.D.

Created by Professor Jennifer M. Gómez from Black feminist, critical race, and American perspectives, cultural betrayal trauma theory (CBTT) details how the context of inequality creates a cultural betrayal harm in violence perpetrated within racialized communities. Join Professor Gómez as she discusses how her research with CBTT has uncovered modes of both harm and healing for Black women survivors. Through previewing excerpts from her upcoming book on Black feminist approaches to individual, interpersonal, and structural healing from cultural betrayal sexual trauma (Publisher: American Psychological Association; Expected Publication Date: Summer 2023), this talk will explore strategies for collective change that benefits racialized survivors.

Website: https://jmgomez.org Twitter: @JenniferMGmez1


Organizers: Consent Comes First, Toronto Metropolitan University, Consent is Golden, Wilfrid Laurier University, and Carleton University Sexual Assault Support Centre as we work towards systems that heal rather than harm.

Nov 22, 2022 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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