Brenda Rivera-Sanchez from the North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence will talk about the general dynamics of domestic violence and possible remedies, as well as provide insight on her work with adult and juvenile battered immigrants. Sponsored by the Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Awareness Project, the Refugee Asylum Support Project, and the Immigration Education Project. Lunch provided. For more information, contact Chioma Ajoku at email@example.com.
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