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Documentary "El poder de contarlo" (The Power to Tell)


"The Power to Tell" is a powerful short documentary that follows the stories of various Latinx immigrant women, who overcame abusive relationships, and that filled with hope, continue to fight for a better future for them and their families.


This local documentary is approximately 30 minutes long and contains graphic language about violence, which may not be appropriate for minors under 13 years of age. The spoken language is Spanish with subtitles in English.

This year will host various screenings of this documentary. Please, follow us on social media to learn when these will happen. 

Stay safe during COVID19

Maintaining social distance and staying safe at home may help us combat the spread of COVID19 but on the other hand, it can result in greater risks for victims of domestic violence, including sexual assault. Furthermore, we understand that loss of income, among other factors, in many families can increase the level of stress at home, thus resulting in a higher probability of violence incidents.

If you feel that things with your partner are getting worse because of this national health crisis, there is help for you. We want to share 3 recommendations.

1. Create a safety plan

This plan is personalized and practical, and consists of ways you can stay safe during a relationship or after you leave. You can call or text us at 509-869-0876 for help with creating this plan. Also, the National Domestic Violence Hotline has more information and tools on how to create a safety plan here .

2. Practice self-care

The situation with COVID19, isolation, quarantine, financial crisis, health problems, among other factors, make us feel overwhelmed and it is very easy to lose heart. That is why it is very important to take care of our physical, mental and emotional health so that we can bear this burden. Take time for yourself and practice self-care. Here we share 30 Days of Personal Care .

3. Seek help

If you are in an abusive relationship with your partner and need help, we are here for you. You're not alone. You can call us at 509-869-0876 to speak to an advocate for victims of domestic violence and / or sexual assault. Also, you can call the 24-hr YWCA helpline at 509-326-2255 or the National Domestic Violence Hotline 24 hours a day at 1-800-799-7233.

For more information in Spanish about COVID19, visit the Latinos in Spokane website here . Also, you can call the WAISN (Washington Immigrant Solidarity Network) helpline at 1-844-724-3737 .

MiA is committed to advocating for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, helping them to reach their full potential, and educating our community from a Latinx perspective to eradicate family violence.

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