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HUTCHINSON, Kan. - Dynamic collaboration and strategic approaches are vital in prevention and intervention advocacy in the areas of domestic and sexual violence.

Volunteer work and activism with the Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Center in my city has given me perspective that values the unity of community advocates in fighting to protect the rights of every person.

Advocacy cannot be submerged or made secondary to the goals of careerism, territoriality, or to the effort of maintaining status quo. We define our commitment as advocates as being a part of a movement to end oppression. This definition constitutes solidarity with other movements to end oppression, such as oppression based on race, gender, sexual orientation/preference, social class, economic status or minority.

HUTCHINSON, Kan. - The 7th Annual Cruisin' Against Bruisin' Car Show is a fundraising event for the Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Center in Hutchinson, Kansas. It is being held Saturday, April 10th from 9 am - 6 pm in the Meadowlark Building located at the Kansas State Fairgrounds.

Jana's Campaign," a non-profit organization started by Christie and Curt Brungardt from Hays, will present from 9 am - 12 pm. Their daughter Jana Mackey's ex-boyfriend murdered her in Lawrence. Since her death, her parents have been active in legislative efforts and promoting domestic violence awareness. After a short presentation they will select a recipient for a trophy sponsored anonymously in Jana's name.

HUTCHINSON, Kan. - A press conference was held today at Prairie Independent Living Resource Center (PILR) at 17 S. Main, Hutchinson, to discuss the impact of budget cuts on Kansans in need of services.

The news conference coincided with House Social Services Budget Sub-committee hearings in Topeka regarding the Social and Rehabilitative Services (SRS) budget where Christine Owens, PILR Executive Director, was scheduled to give testimony. Speakers at the news conference included citizen Dawn Allenbach and agency representatives from PILR, Unlimited Mobility L.L.C., Promise Regional Medical Center and Horizons Mental Health Center.

HUTCHINSON, Kan. - Women's Week, February 7-14, 2010 in Hutchinson, will be an opportunity to grow, mind, body and spirit! Participate in concerts, the poetry slam, the interactive mural at Gallery 7, and other events. Attend one or several of the 18 different workshops led by community members at local venues and donate to the cause of the Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Center.

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