National Call to Action

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2015 National Call to Action Summit and Conference 
Coming Full Circle: Survivors and Communities of Color Leading the Way to Justice and Healing. 

May 20-22, 2015
San Diego, CA

The Women of Color Network, Inc. will be hosting the 2015 National Call to Action Summit and Conference on May 20-22, 2015 at The Town and Country Resort and Convention Center in San Diego, CA.

The theme this year is “Coming Full Circle: Survivors and Communities of Color Leading the Way to Justice and Healing.”

The event is an opportunity to unite women of color across ethnicity, race, age, citizenship, sexual orientation, disability, body type, faith, discipline, and locality for collective survival and encourage Aspiring Allies to support women of color leadership and aim for collective liberation in challenging racism, classism, sexism, homophobia, heterosexism, transphobia, ableism, xenophobia, ageism and other forms of oppression and bias.


You are invited to attend, if you are a survivor, advocate, aspiring ally, activist, community organizer, student, community member, health care professionals, mental and behavioral health providers, law enforcement/criminal justice representative or educator, invested in securing justice and healing for survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence and/or human trafficking or want to support and increase the leadership of women of color. All community members are welcome.

Registration Links Below:

Women of Color Summit Registration:

Aspiring Allies Summit Registration:

Group Registration:

Exhibitors/Vendor Table Registration:

Program Ad Registration:

For questions about the 2015 National Call to Action Summit and Conference, please contact Shasme Jackson at

Please consider joining us!



Highlights from the 2012 National Call to Action

From July 9-12, 2012 in St. Paul, Minnesota the Women of Color Network hosted nearly 400 women of color, aspiring allies and men victim advocates, activists and anti-violence movement leaders. Attendees participated in two-day institutes, each specifically designed. Three institutes included a Women of Color Institute, White Woman’s Aspiring Allies Institute or Men’s Institute. The institutes were followed by a joint two-day Conference. Collective Empowerment and Collect Liberation was the theme of 2012.

2012 Pre-Event Teaser for 2012 NCTA Movie Trailer
2012 NCTA Movie (on WOCN YouTube Channel)
NCTA Program Book
2012 Final Report (coming soon)

Highlights from the 2010 National Call To Action

2010 National Call To Action
In May 2010, New Orleans was hosted the 2010 WOCN NCTA where a total of 400 victim advocates,activists, aspiring allies and professionals traveled from across the country to attend the two-day Institute and two- day Conference to discuss strategies to challenge those restrictions that prevent women of color from being fully acknowledged in their abilities to reach their communities and more utilized in the work; and forge a stronger alliance between advocates of color and mainstream advocates in serving communities.

Executive Summary
2010 NCTA Slide Show (on WOCN YouTube Channel)
NCTA Program Book
2010 NCTA Attendees Reporting
2010 NCTA Final Report

For Background on the National Call to Action, visit this page: Endangerment and Call to Action Initiative