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Results displayed are grouped first by VAWnet Special Collections then by individual related materials. For assistance in locating a resource, use our online contact form.
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Special Collection

Special Collection
February 2014

Domestic Violence in Latin@ Communities

Author(s):
This special collection provides a compilation of tools and resources developed specifically by Latin@s and for Latin@s as well as culturally adapted materials (not simply translations) to address domestic violence in Latin@ communities.

Materials

Materials
  • General Material
October 2020

Facts & Stats Report: Domestic Violence in Asian & Pacific Islander Homes

Author(s): Publisher(s):
This report raises awareness about the experiences of Asian victims/survivors of domestic violence and, given a smaller data set, about Pacific Islanders.
Materials
  • General Material
September 2020

Human Trafficking Leadership Academy Class 5 Recommendations

Publisher(s):
Worldwide, Indigenous people are at a higher risk of human trafficking—including both sex trafficking and labor trafficking—than other diverse populations (Administration for Children and Families, 2018). The Human Trafficking Leadership Academy (HTLA) Class 5 fellows worked to address the question, “How can culture be a protective factor in preventing trafficking among all Indigenous youth?” This report offers recommendations for change, healing, and safety for all Indigenous youth.
Materials
  • General Material
  • NRCDV Publications
  • Training Tools
September 2020

National Prevention Town Hall: White Board Reflections

Publisher(s):
In September 2020, the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence held its first National Prevention Town Hall. This portion of the town hall features key takeaways, highlights, and reflections that participants shared from the breakout sessions.
Materials
  • General Material
  • NRCDV Publications
September 2020

NRCDV Radio Episode 36: Policy & Advocacy in Action: Sex Trafficking of Native Women

Author(s): Publisher(s):
This episode of Policy & Advocacy in Action explores the themes in the paper Colonization, Homelessness, and the Prostitution and Sex Trafficking of Native Women by Christine Stark and Eileen Hudon, which discusses human trafficking of Native women and girls, with particular attention to the historical context in the United States and the interconnection between trafficking and housing instability.
Materials
  • General Material
  • NRCDV Publications
  • Training Tools
September 2020

National Prevention Town Hall Closing Plenary: Integration of Anti-Racism Work, Intervention, and Prevention into One Mission

Author(s): Publisher(s):
In September 2020, the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence held its first National Prevention Town Hall. In the closing plenary of the town hall, panelists Chéree Thomas, Lisa Winchell-Caldwell, and Averett Robey offer wisdom on how the domestic violence field can integrate anti-racism work, intervention, and prevention into one mission.
Materials
  • General Material
  • NRCDV Publications
  • Training Tools
September 2020

National Prevention Town Hall Breakout Session 2A: Intersecting Pandemics

Author(s): Publisher(s):
In September 2020, the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence held its first National Prevention Town Hall. This session explores how and why the COVID-19 crisis has impacted communities of color and women differently than white communities.
Materials
  • General Material
September 2020

We Still Deserve Safety: Renewing the Call to End the Criminalization of Women and Girls of Color

Publisher(s):
YWCA undertook a media review for the years 2017-2020 and examined the extent to which women and girls of color continue to be criminalized and racially profiled by law enforcement. Three years after first issuing We Deserve Safety: Ending the Criminalization of Women and Girls of Color, YWCA’s 2020 review paints a disturbing picture of the gendered racial profiling and criminalization that girls and women of color continue to experience.
Materials
  • General Material
July 2020

HERE and there: An open letter to white women in the movement to end gender-based violence

Author(s):
Dear White Women: Welcome. I’m glad you are HERE. Let’s talk about here and over there.
Materials
  • General Material
  • Training Tools
July 2020

Coffee and Conversation: When Black Women Seek Help

Publisher(s):
This webinar from Ujima, Inc. explores the many different avenues or systems that Black women may engage when addressing the intersecting forms of violence in their lives. Presenters from different service sectors discuss the ways in which advocates in those fields can be more culturally humble, trauma-informed, and responsive to the needs and realities of Black women survivors.
Materials
  • General Material
  • Training Tools
July 2020

Increasing Access to Healing Services and Just Outcomes for Older African American Crime Survivors: A Toolkit for Enhancing Critical Knowledge and Informing Action within the Crime Victim Assistance Field

Author(s): Publisher(s):
Older African Americans experience crime and violence at the intersections of race, age, class, and other identities. This toolkit offers victim services providers and criminal justice systems stakeholders information and practical strategies to enhance their capacity to identify, reach, and serve older African American victims.
Materials
  • General Material
July 2020

To' Kee Skuy' Soo Ney-Wo-Chek' Year 1 Progress Report: MMIWG2 of Northern California

Publisher(s):
The To’ Kee Skuy’ Soo Ney-Wo-Chek’ project addresses the severe impact of missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls, and two spirit people (MMIWG2) and trafficking of Native people in Northern California, defined as from the San Francisco Bay Area and Sacramento up to the Oregon border. Over the course of this report, authors establish the scope and severity of MMIWG2 in Northern California based on our Year 1 findings, drawn from both quantitative and qualitative sources.