Facebook and Safety Concerns for Survivors
Facebook is becoming more popular every day. It can be a wonderful way to connect with our friends and family. However, many people who are abusive use Facebook (and other social networking sites) to harass and stalk their victims.
The National Network to End Domestic Violence, in partnership with Facebook, created a unique and helpful guide for survivors of abuse so that you can still use Facebook but maintain safety and control over your information. Click here to learn more.
2013 Women’s Human Rights Film Series
Join The Friends of the Saint Paul Public Library and The Advocates for Human Rights on October 16 for their tenth anniversary of powerful documentaries and thought-provoking discussions.
Since our beginning almost 40 years ago, Tubman has offered services and support to victims of prostitution and all forms of sex trafficking. We hope you will join our community members for the presentation of this important film.
2013 Celebrating the Sistahs Award
We are so proud to announce that Junauld Presley, Director of Residential Services here at Tubman, is the recipient of the 2013 Celebrating the Sistahs Award presented by Twin Cities Steppers Association and KMOJ-FM 89.9 Radio.
Not only does Junauld lead the state’s largest shelter program for victims of family violence, but she serves as an inspiration to thousands of women, children and families in our community.
Congratulations to Junauld and to all the recipients of the Celebrate the Sistahs 2013 Women of Excellence Award!
World Premiere of Our Latest Awareness Video
We are excited share our newest awareness video. This is the culmination of lots of volunteer hours by Gary Hendlin and the video production team at hendlin!, composer/musician Scottie Miller and music producer Dik Shopteau. Enjoy!