Why is gender inequality the lynchpin of oppression and violence across different eras and cultures?
How does an intersectional understanding of oppression help us connect the dots between seemingly unrelated forms of violence?
What possibilities for action open when we understand domestic violence as a human rights and social justice issue?
internationally known for her work to reveal the deep historical and cultural foundations of misogyny and violence in books such as
The Chalice and the Blade
, a ground-breaking trainer in the field of domestic violence prevention and victim advocacy, and
, Church-Planter and Minister of Portland, Oregon's Agape Church of Christ, who has authored
Freeing the Oppressed
and developed innovative approaches to enrolling clergy-people as effective advocates for those who are victimized or oppressed. Moderated by Renita Robinson.
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