The staff of Ekon Image would like to invite you and request your presence on April 29, 2011 for our annual fashion show. Ekon Image presents: Undressed Designer Showcase & Fashion Show a premiere red carpet event of couture designers, high end fashion, hors d'oeuvres all for Sexual Assault Awareness.
feat: Dj Kevy Kev & Celebrity Guest Appearance ...w/ tribute to Late Dee Dee Showell "Princess of Style"
Doors will open at: 7:30pm- VIP 8:00pm- General Admission
Dress Code: Denim & Diamonds
Tickets: General Admission-$30 VIP-$50 (includes preferred seating, early admission, gift bag)
Purchase tickets online Proceeds will benefit: R.A.I.N.N (Rape, Assault, Incest National Network)
Conference Purpose: Men Can Stop Rape, Inc.’s (MCSR) First National Conference on the Primary Prevention of Men’s Violence Against Women, “Men and Women as Allies,” will be held April 14‐15, 2009 at the Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill.
As the leading non‐profit organization dedicated to mobilizing male youth to prevent violence against women, Men Can Stop Rape (MCSR) has served the international community for over a decade with its Men of Strength (MOST) Club youth programming, Strength Mediaworks public education materials, and Strength Trainings for professionals.
Who Should Attend: All rape crisis and domestic violence center personnel, educators, youth‐serving professionals, health care professionals, mental and behavioral health providers, social workers, health professional students, health policy leaders, activists, advocates for victims of domestic violence and others.
Co‐sponsored by 35 international SA/DV coalitions, youth‐serving organizations, and service providers, “Men and Women as Allies” hopes to strengthen the field of primary violence prevention by highlighting successful partnerships between direct service providers and those who work in primary violence prevention.
The conference will include fourteen workshops, keynote addresses from national and international leaders, federal agency briefings, and a “Welcome to Washington” evening reception.
Workshop topics include
• “How Men Speak Out Against Violence Against Women”
• “How Men Can Support Survivors”
• “Can Women and Men Play the Same Role in Primary Prevention?”
• “How Men and Women Can Work Together to End Domestic and Sexual Violence”
• “The Importance of Redefining Strength and Masculinity”
Global Advocacy Days, Washington, DC will provide you with the opportunity to advocate for legislation to end human trafficking and support survivors. Participants will discuss issues and legislation with other abolitionists from their state and region, recieve professional training on advocacy for both during the event and for tools to take home with them, and meet with Senators' and Representatives' offices on Capitol Hill! Join us in Washington, DC for this monumental event!
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