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“It’s About Justice. Community Safety & the Rape Kit Backlog: Challenges, Solutions & the Promise of Advanced Technology”

United States > Chicago, IL USA > 353 N Clark Street, Chicago > 2016-04-19 > 08:30 am

About The Event

Test400K presents: "It's About Justice. Community Safety & the Rape Kit Backlog: Challenges, Solutions & the Promise of Advanced Technology." The forum will feature survivors impacted by the rape kit backlog in the US and leading experts working across the globe to eliminate it among the public policy, law enforcement and advanced technology community. Test400K was founded by Lifeway Foods CEO and Executive Producer of the Hunting Ground documentary, Julie Smolyansky, and master jeweler, Jason Burdeen. Featured speaker will be courageous survivor and leading reform advocate Natasha Alexenko, founder of Natasha's Justice. The event has been generously sponsored by STACS DNA and Thermo Fisher. Seating is Limited. The event is free, but donations to offset the costs and support our fight for justice are welcome. Suggested donation is $50 per individual, $250 per organization partner. For more information about Test400K, the event and Corporate Sponsorship contact: [email protected]

About The Organization

Test400K

Test400K was founded by Lifeway Foods CEO, certified rape crisis counselor and Executive Producer of the Hunting Ground documentary, Julie Smolyansky and master jeweler, Jason Burdeen. Our Mission is to eliminate the backlog of 400,000 untested rape kits and to empower healthy and safe communities by ending violence against women and children.

About The Organizer

Deanne Benos

Executive Director, Test400K

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