CSVANW November 2017 Newsletter Our tribal communities are gathering this fall season to feast, dance, pray and celebrate our harvest from a year of handwork.As we turn inside to the comfort of our homes with our loved ones, the Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women would like to take this opportunity to celebrate Native American Heritage Month with you by sharing stories of resiliency.At CSVANW, we are gearing up to support SAAM events taking place throughout the state.You can help support CSVANW efforts in SAAM events by posting online utilizing the hashtags, sharing messages of hope or by donating, through our High 5 Give campaign.CSVANW October 2017 Newsletter October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.Domestic and intimate partner violence (IPV) is a substantial public health concern within our tribal communities that can have overwhelming and lasting effects on our families and children.Many of our Native teens are experiencing violence in their relationship, and often times, they may not have the knowledge or a safe space to talk about these issues.CSVANW November 2016 Newsletter November is American Indian & Alaska Native Heritage Month!
In our tribal and urban communities, young Native teen couples are declaring their relationship on social media by posting their flowers, candy and cards.
Christian & Michaela: «Thank you for your amazing dating service — we are now engaged and planning our wedding for next year! We hope everyone on here has the same faith and luck in finding a soulmate as we did.
Love is there and still living if you are prepared for romance and know exactly what you want.
CSVANW honors and respects all of our Pueblos, Tribes and Nations and their significant contributions to advancing tribal communities for our elders and younger generation!
The future looks promising with grassroots organizations mobilizing social changes through environmental protection, changing Columbus day to Indigenous People’s Day and making legislative changes that further work to protect our Native women and children.