Sexual Violence Prevention Week: I am Dinah

LaDawn Johnson

    • Monday, April 25, 2016
    • 9:30–10:30 a.m.
  • Chase Gymnasium
  • Open to: Students

Cost and Admission

This event is free to attend.

Sexual assaults are occurring at an alarming rate in this country and in our own communities... why should we, as Christians care? Because time and time again we see that God is a God of justice and love, to truly love our neighbors, we must walk with them and defend them against sinful and lustful acts. We must understand that there is a difference between love and sinful acts like rape and sexual assault.


LaDawn Johnson

MSW studied at USC where she focused on Latino Street Gangs and Religious Symbolism/Education and Mental Health. She worked as a Psychiatric Social Worker with LAUSD in the lowest performing schools in Los Angeles. It was in this capacity that she continued to study issues of race, class, gender and violence against the multicultural backdrop of the city. Interacting with several local and governmental agencies to address growing issues of human trafficking, poverty, gang violence, and prostitution. Her publications and efforts have brought her invitations from international agencies, most recently the "International Forum on Gender-based Violence and the Status of Women" in Kigali, Rwanda. Mrs. Prieto Johnson lives with her husband and two dogs in southern California.


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