Let's Talk #MeToo: Part 2
Let’s Talk New Mexico 12/7 8a: Emerging reports of sexual abuse and misconduct are toppling more men in power every week. Newspapers are investigating allegations against men in politics and entertainment. Celebrities sparked a flood of #MeToo stories by sharing their experiences on social media. But what do you do when you don’t have that kind of fame or cultural cachet? And when more is at stake than just another job? And what about people who work in businesses without policies or HR departments? Let’s talk #MeToo, and the workers of New Mexico who haven’t yet been centered in this national conversation.
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- Denicia Cadena, Policy and Cultural Strategy Director, Young Women United
- Marian Mendez Cera, Community Organizer for Worker’s Justice and Civil Rights, El Centro de Igualdad y Derechos
- Pamelya Herndon, Southwest Women's Law Center
- Cory Lee, Director of Therapeutic Services, Crossroads For Women
- Devona Bradford, Sexual Assault Project Coordinator, Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women
- Rape Crisis Center of Central New Mexico (Albuquerque) 24-hour hotline: 505-266-7711
- Albuquerque-area abuse and assault resource guide
- Solace Crisis Treatment Center (Santa Fe, Rio Arriba and Los Alamos counties) 24-hour hotline: 1-800-721-7273
- La Piñon Sexual Assault Recovery Services (Doña Ana County): 575-526-3437
- Community Against Violence (Taos County) 24-hour hotline: 575-758-9888
- New Mexico Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs: 1-888-883-8020
- List of sexual assault service providers throughout the state
- The New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence