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Twitter Chat Tuesday: #Safety4Survivors

Join us on Tuesday, October 22 for Twitter Chat Tuesday! We’ll be discussing the moments that have built our movement – and the moments we hope will define it in the future! Join us as an individual, organization, supporter, advocate, survivor – all of your voices and stories matter. Use the hashtag #Safety4Survivors to join in.

DATE: Tuesday, October 22, 2019

TIME: 2:00 to 3:00 PM (ET)

WHAT: We will be discussing the moments that have built our movement. How are we promoting #Safety4Survivors today? The tagline is “Your Moment. Your Movement.” Questions will be asked from @NNEDV as part of “Twitter Chat Tuesday” for the National Week of Action.

WHO:  Full list of partners:

Twitter Chat Questions

We hope you can join us or schedule your thoughts in advance to get your voice out there!

  • Q1. How did the movement to end domestic violence begin in your community? #Safety4Survivors
  • Q2. What is #1Thing you want people to know about the movement to end domestic violence and/or your role in it? #Safety4Survivors
  • Q3. What moments have made the biggest difference to the movement to end domestic violence in your community? To you personally?  #Safety4Survivors 
  • Q4.  When we take a moment to stop and learn from each other, we can strengthen our movement. What’s something you’ve learned about #Safety4Survivors from another organization, advocate, or experience that has made a difference to you? 
  • Q5. While our world may rapidly change, domestic violence is still about gaining and maintaining power and control over a victim. What can we do to increase #Safety4Survivors – both as individuals and as organizations? 
  • Q6. Voting is an important way to strengthen the movement to end domestic violence by uplifting issues affecting survivors. Do your state and local laws value and support #Safety4Survivors? If not, what can you do about it?
  • Q7. What voices in the movement to end domestic violence do you listen to? What blogs, podcasts, or YouTube channels do you recommend that address #Safety4Survivors?
  • Q8. What are you most hopeful for in the future? Where is the movement to end domestic violence headed and what moments do we need more of to get us there? #Safety4Survivors 
  • Q9. What is #1Thing you will be doing this month (#DVAM2019) to promote #Safety4Survivors? It’s your moment – how will you make it your movement?