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USU Hosts 3rd Annual Northern Utah Conference to End Violence, Highlights Collaborative Leadership

Video by Taylor Emerson, Digital Journalist, University Marketing & Communications

The third annual Northern Utah Conference to End Violence took place on May 29 at Utah State University. A partnership between USU and CAPSA (Citizens Against Physical and Sexual Violence), this event highlights the importance of collaboration in addressing the issue of violence.

This year’s keynote speaker was Rachel Louise Snyder, an acclaimed author and investigative journalist known for her work on domestic violence. She stressed the importance of partnership and communication between agencies in preventing domestic violence. Snyder’s book, No Visible Bruises, exposes the hidden epidemic of domestic violence and its deadly consequences.

The conference brought together leaders from across Utah and featured workshops from law enforcement, legal professionals, victim advocates, and health professionals dedicated to addressing and preventing domestic and sexual violence in the community.

CONTACT

Amanda DeRito
Associate VP of Strategic Communications
University Marketing and Communications
435-797-2759
Amanda.derito@usu.edu


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