In September 2020, the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence held its first National Prevention Town Hall to connect storytellers, advocates, and activists as we pivot our intimate partner violence (IPV) prevention work in response to the racial inequities that COVID has laid bare, especially for Black individuals and communities across the country. Participants explored meaningful relationship building with communities across states, sectors, and social justice movements.
This session features presenters who work in partnership with the Ohio Domestic Violence Network to promote equitable access to living wages, reproductive healthcare, and other supports such as housing and transportation in service to preventing domestic violence. Presenters focus on how and why the COVID-19 crisis has impacted communities of color and women differently than white communities.
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|Transcript (English)||110.26 KB|