Beyond Surviving with Rachel Grant
As we enter music festival season, Calling All Crows details their work with venues, festivals, and artists to prevent sexual violence and improve responsiveness to incidents of violence at live music events. Founded by a musician and tour manager, the organization has deep roots in the music industry and partners with musicians to engage their fans in activism on behalf of women.
Kim shares with us the 5 D’s of sexual violence prevention – you don’t want to miss that!
Kim Warnick is the Executive Director of Calling All Crows and brings with her a decade of sexual violence prevention and response work, in addition to experience in project management, facilitation, crisis management, and project/campaign design. Her love of music and passion to see an end to sexual violence combine naturally in this campaign to prevent sexual violence in live music.
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Welcome to Beyond Surviving, the safe space for survivors of childhood sexual abuse to receive support, resources, and share their stories. Beyond Surviving is about freedom, healing, connection, and even laughter and fun. Most importantly, it’s about letting go of the pain of abuse and finally moving on! Discover the 3 Stages of Recovery from Childhood Abuse: The road to recovery is much easier when you know what stage you’re in and what to do next. Find out exactly where you are in your healing journey and what kind of support you need right now.
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