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Join JCADA for a virtual screening of

In recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month

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Wednesday, October 18, 2023
8:00-9:30 pm
on Zoom

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A link will be provided with registration confirmation .

"Regardless of your role—teen, parent, educator, counselor, lawyer, etc.—this film is a must-see for those seeking to understand, prevent, and end intimate partner violence."

-Amanda Moskowitz, JCADA Board Member 



Back by popular demand, JCADA is proud to host a second screening of The Last Drop, this time virtually. This short film brilliantly demonstrates the early warning signs of relationship abuse and sparks important conversations about intimate partner violence (IPV) in our community. 



The Last Drop is a short sci-fi film and international campaign designed to reveal the early signs of relationship abuse by taking viewers on a journey through the memories of real survivors. The story is based on my own personal experiences as a survivor of relationship abuse, as well as dozens of conversations with other survivors and experts. My goal is to hook audiences with an exciting sci-fi device— a machine that lets couples relive shared memories— and then leave folks with a deeper understanding of relationship safety. The Last Drop aims to show young people, educators, social workers, mental health professionals, policymakers, and community groups what abuse looks like BEFORE it turns violent. 


There are many forms of abuse, and most survivors only learn the warning signs in hindsight. Together, we can change that. Abuse thrives in silence— let’s talk about it.


Adam Joel

Stick around after the film for a brief conversation with Director/Writer, Adam Joel, and JCADA's Coordinator of Outreach and Partnerships, Renana Harris-Blumenthal. JCADA is proud to partner with Adam to elevate important conversations about relationship abuse. This unique virtual event is easily accessibly on Zoom, so anyone who missed our in-person screening last June can conveniently participate. Everyone deserves to be safe and JCADA will continue working as long as it takes to help make safety a reality for survivors and future generations.


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We're looking forward to seeing you! 


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