SAVE-THE-DATE: 4th Biennial Conference for the Prevention of Sexual & Domestic Violence – Virtual – September 2021


4th Biennial Kansas Conference for the Prevention of
Sexual & Domestic Violence – Virtual

A stream of multicolored geomestric shapes with a green Origami butterfly emerging from the stream

Equity, Inclusion, Diversity & Access: Exploring Innovative Anti-Oppression Strategies for Lasting Transformation

September 16, 23, & 30, 2021

Speaker Information, Agenda, and registration coming soon! 

Audience: This conference is a networking and learning opportunity for all those working to end sexual and domestic violence. This conference is multidisciplinary and is appropriate for both prevention- and intervention-based professionals.

Guest Speakers:

Featuring National and Kansas Experts Addressing:

  • Deconstructing (breaking down) racism, white supremacy, and colonization, and their deeply rooted connections to sexual and domestic violence. 
  • Interrupting bias and engaging in racial justice and anti-oppressive practices. 
  • Examining innovative strategies for social change and violence prevention. 
  • Applying strategies to develop and foster cultures of inclusion and authenticity.


Registration Fee: $150

Registration deadline: September 9, 2021


Teresa Gallegos
KCSDV Training & Education Manager or 785-232-9784

Sponsored by:



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The Kansas Bar Foundation provides support to this program.

About the artwork:
The multi-colored shapes represent the noise of society, and butterflies traditionally represent transformation. For this conference, we will be ripping through the noise of society to create lasting transformation. The butterfly in our artwork is a green origami butterfly. Green is the color of renewal, and traditional origami consists of folding a single sheet of square paper into a sculpture without cutting, gluing, taping, or even marking it. Collectively, we must work within our society to create lasting transformation for equity, inclusion, diversity, and access.

  • September 16, 2021 - September 30, 2021
    9:00 am - 5:00 pm