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NRCDV eNewsletter: Celebrate, Reflect and Move Forward Together (February/March 2016)

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

"This painting captures the poignancy and depth of love between one aged African-American grandmother and her youngest, free-spirited bi-racial granddaughter. It represents how intergenerational bonds unite all women and become the strength that lifts us all up in solidarity.” – Holly Angelique, Artist: A Grandmother’s Love

International Women’s Day (IWD) is a global day of recognition and celebration, marking the achievements of women and inspiring action to achieve greater gender equality and justice.

The National Resource Center on Domestic Violence celebrates IWD each year by commissioning or purchasing a piece of artwork made by a woman or a collective of women that honors the struggles and successes that we face. Through this art, we join with women across the world in envisioning and working to make real a future of autonomy and equality for women and girls.

This eNewsletter spotlights new and notable resources and initiatives from the NRCDV that encourage all of us to reflect on our journey, celebrate our successes, and move forward together towards social change.

Read on: Access the full issue for new resources and updates from the NRCDV!