By Rho Cabrera (They/Them) and Artwork By Steph Littlebird As a kid, I had a deep fascination with the land. I would spend hours outside, with a walking stick running …
We educate through community-led organizing, facilitating workshops and trainings, and providing resources using principles of effective prevention.
We focus on education and community mobilization efforts in assisting youth, especially youth of color and LGBQ/T youth, to gain access and services related to sexual violence.
We offer support to LGBQ/T youth and offer workshops upon request to cover a range of LGBQ/T topics from gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation, to best practices in supporting the trans people in your life.
MEN & BOYS
Through the Engaging Men & Boys Program, we strive to involve men and boys in the movement to end sexual violence by encouraging healthy masculinity, fostering strong role models, and building male allies in the community.
Lowell Ending Trafficking of Youth (LET YOUTH)
is a project that provides comprehensive services to address the needs for safety, security, and healing to all minor survivors of human trafficking, particularly sex trafficking, in Greater Lowell areas.
This April marks the 20th year of national recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month and one year of living in the COVID-19 pandemic. We remain in deep reflection about and …
This March we are kicking off Womxn’s History Month inspired by the life, spirit, and activism of Black Womxn. We honor her tenacity, fearlessness and powerful legacy by continuing to center Black …