"Building Resilience" is back with a second series of episodes featuring stories of how violence prevention looks in our day-to-day lives.
This first episode spotlights the impactful work of the West Seattle High School's Intersectional Feminism Club to forefront the conversation about sexual violence. Hear from club alum Betel Tadesse, Olivia Efird, and Karson Drew about the club's efforts, what they learned along the way, and some messages that they have for others doing the work of ending sexual violence.
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Intro & Outro Music: “Blue Skies” by Silent Partner
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