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January 2018
  

During the past few months there have been many discussions and disclosures about sexual harassment and assault by those with privilege and power. Power and privilege have silenced and shamed many people for years. It has left survivors with shame and humiliation that they do not deserve nor hold any responsibility.  

2018 rings in a new day, and the covers have been pulled back. As painful as it is to hear, this behavior has been continuing for generations and silenced far too many for way too long. Exposing the problem and holding the perpetrators accountable is one step closer to prevention. 

This type of violence -  and it is violence - is preventable. Having our communities locally and globally coming together to say  No More  is now upon us! The ability for people like Harvey Weinstein to hide in the shadows of wealth and power is coming closer to an end! Each of us can do our part. We can stand up when others are at risk and say out loud clearly this will not be tolerated.

We hope you will join us this year and resolve to be Upstanders in our community to bring social justice, hope, and healing to survivors, and end the cycle of violence once and for all.

Verna Griffin-Tabor
CCS CEO

Upcoming Events

San Diego Women's March
Saturday, January 20th
On January 20th we will march with Allies for Women, for our voices and votes to be heard! This peaceful demonstration will bring attention to the 2018 elections, magnifying the work being done by community organizations to turn out the vote! Event details here.


Chef Bands Ocho 
Tuesday, January 30th
Join us at the Belly Up as bands and performers from the local food community and Chefs' tasting stations come together to rock out for charity, and support CCS.
Sam the Cooking Guy and DiningOutSD's Josh Kopelman will be back as Masters of Ceremonies.  Get tickets  here .


Human Rights Watch Film Festival
February 1-4
CCS partners with the Museum of Photographic Arts to raise awareness about intimate partner violence and human rights issues through visual storytelling. See film line-up and schedule here.

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