Our mission is to stop violence against Native women and children by advocating for social change in our communities.
Join CSVANW and Shumakolowa Gift Shop in spreading holiday cheer! We have partnered once again this year to give the gift of reading to Native children who will spend their Christmas in shelters this season.
Since its inception, together, we have donated more than 700 books to children through New Mexico. We invite you to make a difference and donate today!
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The 5th Annual Tribal Leaders Summit is a free briefing for tribal, state and federal officials, and those who work with victims of sexual assault and domestic violence. The summit also provides educational opportunities for tribal leaders to be updated and informed about the tribal provisions of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), the Tribal Law and Order Act (TLOA), and the current jurisdictional challenges faced in New Mexico. The updates and information become more important as the TLOA is up for congressional reauthorization.
This two-day summit also focuses on sharing field expertise, promising practices and fostering conversations that seek to increase the public safety of our Native women and children.