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Women's Sense Awareness Event

You Don' Want To Miss Out!!

Women's Sense of Awareness Classes.

 

We invite the community to come out and join us for this awesome event.

Only Adult WOMEN Allowed. No MEN Allowed. No Children Allowed. 

Our partnership can be introduced to the community by having a Women Sense Awareness Class at your location, mimuin 50 people, and provide the room for 4 hours on Saturday and Sunday or Weekly Event. We will invite the police department to participate in the event as guest speakers in your zip code.

The organization will inform the community that YOU are a voice for the children and a community partner with Anti-Bullying Teen Rough-Ing Organization.

We will also strive to have resources available to the community for underserved at-risk children and families in the Dallas-Fort Worth Community.

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INFORMATION:

Each person receives a certificate of Women's Sense Awareness Self-Defense by Anti-Bullying Teen Rough-Ing organization. 

This is a Holiday Special Discount from November 2023 to February 30, 2024.

Regular price $170. Each person pays as a Donation $70 for the Class.

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When it comes to women, we are very smart, intelligent, educated, and much more. We lack other things in life. Example: Not paying attention to our surroundings, Not being alert, Not being aware, Not being attended, etc. 

Topics

  1. Phone Safety

  2. SEX Trafficking

  3. Rape Prevention

  4. Situational Awareness

  5. Defense Tactics EMR

  6. And much more.

There are 78% of the victims who are abducted into situations of trafficking are women.

 

SPEAKERS:

Deborah Freeman, Founder of Women's Sense of Awareness. ABTR Associate Representative Speaker, and Awareness Advisor. She is a retired Dallas County Sheriff’s Department Detention Officer, with over 25 years of experience working with detainees and individuals incarcerated for various crimes in the State of Texas. Noteworthy fact: Ms. Freeman was featured in the documentaries, “Prison Women” on the National Geographic Channel, “Prison Women Compilation: Texas Hold “Em on Netflix and “Americas Hardest Prisons Dallas County Documentary” on YouTube. These documentaries focused on day to day work activities involving female correctional officers. 

Starlette Strong, Licensed & Ordained Minister, Anger Specialist, President and Founder of Anti-Bullying Teen Rough-Ing organization. Esteem Cognitive Life Counselor, Curriculum Tech Games Counselor, and Anti-Bullying Counselor.

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