Popular Education Provides Economic Empowerment for Women in Transition
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TESA worked with the New England Learning Center for Women in Transition on a workshop for all of NELCWITâ€™s staff that would engage participants in the tenets of popular and participatory education, particularly as how it could be utilized by social change organizations both internally and externally.
Since 1976, NELCWIT has been working to build safety, justice, and dignity for all. Serving Franklin County and the North Quabbin region of western Massachusetts, we offer safety planning, advocacy, and support to anyone who has survived domestic or sexual abuse, and prevention education for our community, especially area youth.
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