Upcoming Events

Educate. Unify. Empower.
A community discussion with the Honorable Judge Rosemarie Aquilina

May 23rd, 2024 from 5:30-6:30pm at Kirkbride Hall in the Village of Grand Traverse Commons

Rosemarie Aquilina is a Judge of the 30th Circuit Court in Ingham County. She is best known as the Judge who sentenced Larry Nassar in the USA Gymnastics sex scandal. In the landmark trial Aquilina allowed over 150 victims to present personal testimony.

Special thanks to MSUFCU for sponsoring this free event for our community.

Space is limited, so please RSVP:

Past Events

Important Community Discussion with Attorney General Dana Nessel

Every 16 hours, a woman is fatally shot by a current or former intimate partner.

On Thursday, May 26th Attorney General Dana Nessel joined us to discuss the connection between gun violence and domestic violence and what we need to know about both.

Conversation with Brenda Tracy, founder of Set The Expectation 

Registered Nurse, Gang Rape Survivor, Speaker, Activist 

On Wednesday, April 27th we discussed gender-based violence prevention through the work of Brenda Tracy’s nonprofit organization, Set The Expectation.

Set The Expectation is dedicated to ending sexual and interpersonal violence through prevention work with men, advocacy, and engagement with agencies serving survivors and their families.  

A Q&A on sexual assault in our community by local attorney Doug Fierberg

Before watching the video, a note of warning: the topic we discussed contained graphic language about sexual assault and violence.

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Do you or someone you know need help?

The mission of the Women's Resource Center is to protect, shelter, and empower people impacted by domestic and sexual violence. We're here 24 hours a day, seven days a week to provide individual and group support and emergency shelter.

Call us at 800-554-4972

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