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The Rehabilitation of R. Kelly: “Surviving the African-American Rape Culture” Moving from Pathology to Solutions
Title: The Rehabilitation of R. Kelly: “Surviving the African-American Rape Culture” Moving from Pathology to Solutions
This presentation will explore the social and cultural determinants of the rape culture within the African American community, and how it fosters and enables sexual violence. Community and cultural practices that normalize certain aspects of sexual violence within macro and mezzo levels will also be dissected. Sharesa McCray, Ph.D., MSW, LCSW, LISW-CP, LCASA, is a former Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the Advanced Rehabilitation Research and Training (ARRT) Program at Langston University.
She is a researcher, educator, speaker, and trauma-informed wellness expert.
Date: December 2 | 12-1PM CST
Location: Online synchronous/Asynchronous
Presenter: Renee Burwell, LCSW, CST
Sponsor (If any): Tennessee Alliance for Sexual Health
AASECT approved for: 1 CE
(AASECT CE Credits 60 minutes = 1 CE Credit)