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You are not alone. SACHA supports survivors of sexual assault while working to end violence and oppression. 24 Hour Support - 905.525.4162
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EV Bomberry 6h
"Safe, revolutionary, transformative, but above all we seek to remain accountable to our community. " ✊🏽💜 See you tomorrow night!
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GSWS Wellness 7h
is Tomorrow Night!! An evening where we gather in support of women and non-binary survivors. will be there alongside 💗🌆 Looking forward to seeing you there!!!
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Cameron Kroetsch 11h
Huge love to for continuing to stand up for communities in .
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SACHA 10h
Replying to @NrinderWard3
Thank you for all of your brilliant support Nrinder. Working with you and your fab team is a treat. Solidarity and joy, Your SACHA pals
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Nrinder Nann 12h
Thank you for all you do, including the important work of community safety for TBTN. See you tomorrow!
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Allana 10h
"Every year, Take Back the Night attendees provide feedback that having police at TBTN means they can’t participate. We understand that some folks have good experiences with the police but that is overwhelmingly not the case in Hamilton."
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SACHA 11h
Replying to @SACHAhamont
Survivors, Substances, and Gambling is an eight week group and registration is required as space is limited. Please call 905.546.2424 x3562 or 905.525.4573 x224.
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SACHA 11h
Are you a woman who is a survivor of sexual violence? Have you used alcohol, drugs, or gambling to cope? Survivors, Substances, and Gambling - Tuesday, October 8th to December 3, 2019 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm
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SACHA 12h
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ja'miil corin 12h
major loving shout out to tbtn coordinator, danielle boissoneau - i've learned so much from this powerful & transformative woman over my few months on this committee. resistance is vital for anything truly revolutionary. looking forward to celebrating full of joy tomorrow!
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SACHA 13h
Replying to @obeng_lily
Thanks for understanding the complexities Lily.
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Lily O | make tuition free u cowards 14h
Glad to see this transparency re: navigating the non-profit sector. We do our best work when we’re capable of accepting our limitations.
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SACHA 15h
"For survivors of sexual violence, for racialized women, queer & trans folks, for stolen children, for healing, for joy, we will continue to provide space for Joyful Revolution. If only for 1 night, let us all come together & enjoy the festivities that we have curated for you."
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SACHA 15h
"We are making more space for those who are most at risk of police violence. We are practicing good consent, asking for what we need and saying ‘no’ when folks don’t follow through on their words with actions."
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SACHA 15h
An Open Letter to Survivors of Sexual Violence and Community Members who attend Take Back the Night
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Alecia ismyname 16h
This Thursday is where we gather in support of women and non-binary survivors. will be there alongside in Hamilton and in Oakville. In solidarity 🤝🌈
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SACHA Sep 17
Of you couldn't catch the live interview, will be rebroadcasting it tonight and you can watch it online!
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SACHA Sep 17
Happening now! Danielle and Crickett on chatting about .
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SACHA Sep 14
is honoured to host Art[4] Change: Indigenous Women Speak, a collaborative animated video by Monique Aura Bedard, Tia Cavanagh and Alex Jacobs-Blum. This project is presented by for Artistic and Social Practice and is made possible by Canada Council of Arts
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Kirstin Sep 13
Help in continuing the difficult, important work that they do EVERY day. Donate. is still about community gathering, supporting survivors, and overcoming the structures that want to silence (BIPOC) womxn. I'll be there, will you? Joyful revolution, always!
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