Archer Student Speaks at State Capitol Panel on Preventing Domestic and Sexual Violence
Archer student Nadia C. '21 spoke at the State Capitol in early February during a briefing on the impact of sexual and domestic violence prevention in California.
Tuesday, February 12, marked Orange Day, where panelists shared the most effective strategies for preventing violence in their communities and described what they can accomplish if people invest more in their work. Nadia, who is president of Jeneration J program at the Los Angeles-based Jenesse Center, served as a panelist on the topic of prevention efforts in communities. She also had the opportunity to meet state legislators and policymakers during her visit to the State Capitol.