Harlem Park to Park Partnered With Got To Stop and together we made history.
Got To Stop moderated a A virtual forum for Vamos Fuertes Intl. on the intersectionality of Women & Girls of Color and the Impact on Mental Health & Overall Well-being.
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On January 27, 2020, we facilitated a community an Anti-Trafficking conversation for the Parent Association at the Launch Expeditionary Charter School in Brooklyn. We provided families and school administrators with safety tips to keep their children safe.
April is National Child Abuse and Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Got To Stop partnered with the National Pan Hellenic Council of New York City, and allied organizations to walk 9.2 miles across Manhattan from 61 Wall Street to 163 West 125th Street in Harlem educating the community on the impacts and dangers of child abuse, human trafficking, sex-trafficking, and commercial sexual exploitation of children. We handed out resource materials provided by allied organizations and prevention tips created by New York Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Dr. Jeanne L. Noble's Delta GEMS (Growing. Empowering. Myself. Successfully) teen girls mentoring program.
Erika Ewing, performer, multi-faceted activist and actor presents a spoken word piece on domestic violence/abuse.