The Katie Brown Educational Program is excited to celebrate Black history and learn more about the experiences of Black peoples in the United States and beyond. Black History Month began as Negro History Week in 1926 when Historian Carter G. Woodson and the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History declared its celebration…

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Rowan McKenna was raised in Seekonk, Massachusetts. She graduated from Rhode Island College in 2017 with a degree in Gender & Women’s Studies and a minor in Communications. Rowan started at the Katie Brown Educational Program in January 2018. Prior to working with the Katie Brown Educational Program, Rowan served as a contributing columnist for…

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Thank you, Congressman Joe Kennedy, for meeting with the staff and board of directors at the Katie Brown Educational Program! We sincerely value your insight, desire to support the young people in our community, and commitment to ending relationship violence!

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We are excited to announce the official launch of a new branch of our professional development program— webinars! Now, you can participate in KBEP trainings from the comfort of your home or office.  All you need is your laptop! To kick off our webinar platform, we will be offering a two-part webinar series: January 25,…

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By Crystal Stone, Manager of Communications, PR and Fundraising Graphic Created by Nwando Ofokansi, Education and Programs Coordinator  This summer we invite all members of our community to get to know our wonderful education team. We hope that as you learn more about the people who work towards preventing relationship violence and the National Conference…

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