DA:NCE Newsletter – September 2021

2021-09-28T02:35:16+00:00September 28th, 2021|DA:NCE Newsletter|

DA:NCE Newsletter - September 2021 CESE Summit: Healthy or Harmful: National Experts Talk About Children’s Dance by Mary BawdenThe NCOSE (National Center on Sexual Exploitation) CESE (Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation) Conference gives sight to the public health issue of pornography. Cultural blindness shifts as you hear, see, and understand experts from many academic fields

January 2021 Newsletter

2021-02-03T05:42:49+00:00January 27th, 2021|DA:NCE Newsletter|

DA:NCE Newsletter - JANUARY 2021 Share Your DA:NCE Story by Mary BawdenDid you participate in dance as a child? If yes, please consider joining our 'Share your DA:NCE Story' campaign. We need dance stories that are personal, authentic, and real. If you have a story you’d be willing to share, we’d love to listen. How did

DA:NCE Newsletter – Swing Into Fall with DA:NCE

2020-09-29T21:59:27+00:00September 29th, 2020|DA:NCE Newsletter|

Providing education and resources to end the sexualization of children in dance View this email in your browser DA:NCE Newsletter - SEPTEMBER 2020 2020 Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation iSummit connects DA:NCE internationally by Mary Bawden An online Summit? My first one. I’m talking about the Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation (CESE) Summit from July

DA:NCE Newsletter – September 2019

2020-06-10T21:03:03+00:00September 18th, 2019|DA:NCE Newsletter|

DA:NCE Newsletter - September 2019 The Experts Join the Conversation The 5th annual End Exploitation Global Summit was held in Washington DC from June 12-15, 2019. The gathering attracted over 625 experts from all over the world to speak on the issue of sexual exploitation and its inter-relationship to sex trafficking, pornography, prostitution, child sexual abuse, violence

DA:NCE Newsletter – December 2018

2020-06-10T21:16:54+00:00December 18th, 2018|DA:NCE Newsletter|

DA:NCE Newsletter - December 2018 Providing education and resources to end the sexualization of children in dance. In children’s dance classes around the nation, young children are learning to dance with choreography that hypersexualizes them and their bodies. These children have become covert victims of sexual exploitation in what used to be a safe place

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