Break The Silence Speaker Series: Me Too Movement Founder Tarana Burke

Thursday, March 14 - Renaissance Asheville Hotel

Our VOICE is excited to host Tarana Burke, founder of the Me Too Movement, for the Symmetry Financial Group, AdventHealth and Native Kitchen 2019 Break the Silence Speaker Series: Me Too Movement Founder Tarana Burke. Ticket sales begin February 1.

“Please know that our work is never-ending. In fact, it’s just beginning.”
-Tarana Burke

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In the pursuit of a community free of sexual violence, Our VOICE serves all individuals in Buncombe County affected by sexual assault and abuse, through counseling, advocacy, and education.

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The Bar Outreach Project

Combating Drug-Facilitated Sexual Assault

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Over the years in the bar business I have heard many tales of drugs being dropped into unsuspecting folk’s beverages, and have known a few victims. Our VOICE has been instrumental in bringing awareness to the problem, especially educating staff, who in turn, can make a real difference in educating customers.” –  Chad Battles, Co-owner, The Bywater

Until I went to the [Bar Staff] training, I had no idea that Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault was such a problem. That’s the first step to fixing the problem, being aware that it exists.” – Tim McGill, Manager, Asheville Pizza & Brewing Company

The Bar Outreach Program has been a great tool in our kit to keep our patrons safe and comfortable.”  – Lisa Gambrell, Owner, Desoto Lounge