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October 2021

Session 1B: Border Policies: An Issue of Racial Justice and Safety for Victims of Gender-Based Violence / 1B: Políticas fronterizas: una cuestión de justicia racial y seguridad para las víctimas de violencia de género

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This workshop from NRCDV's 2021 Prevention Town Hall critically examines current border policies and the impact that it’s having on asylum seekers fleeing gender-based violence and immigrant victims that reside in border communities. Este taller del Congreso de Prevención 2021 del NRCDV analiza de manera crítica las políticas fronterizas existentes y el impacto que éstas tienen en les solicitantes de asilo que buscan escapar de la violencia de género y en las víctimas inmigrantes que residen en las comunidades fronterizas.
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  • NRCDV Publications
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October 2021

Session 1D: Centering Economic Justice in Our Work / 1D: Centrar la justicia económica en nuestro trabajo

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This strategy session from NRCDV's 2021 Prevention Town Hall discusses the systematic intersections of poverty, racism, and other forms of oppression, in regards to financial inequity. Esta sesión de estrategias del Congreso de Prevención 2021 del NRCDV se enfoca en las intersecciones sistemáticas de la pobreza, el racismo y otras formas de opresión, y su relación con la desigualdad económica.
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October 2021

National Prevention Town Hall 2021 Day 1 - Opening, Closing & Plenary: Survivor-Centered Prevention: Listening to Survivors of Color / Apertura, clausura y plenaria - Prevención centrada en les sobrevivientes: escuchemos a les sobrevivientes de color

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The opening session of NRCDV's 2021 Prevention Town Hall introduced and explored the concept of survivor-centered prevention. It allowed space for survivors to share their vision for prevention based on their lived experiences. La sesión de apertura del Congreso de Prevención 2021 del Centro Nacional de Recursos sobre la Violencia Doméstica (NRCDV, por sus siglas en inglés) presentó y exploró el concepto de la prevención que centra la atención en les sobrevivientes. Se brindó un espacio para que las personas sobrevivientes compartieran su visión sobre la prevención de la violencia a partir de sus experiencias personales.
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October 2021

The Color of Justice: Racial and Ethnic Disparities in State Prisons

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This report from the Sentencing Project documents the rates of incarceration for white, Black and Latinx Americans in each state, identifies three contributors to racial and ethnic disparities in imprisonment, and provides recommendations for reform. 
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October 2021

Lessons from Child Survivors: Supporting the Healing and Resilience of Children and Parents who Experience Domestic Violence through an Intersectional Lens

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The Adult Children Exposed to Domestic Violence (ACE-DV) Leadership Forum is shifting the paradigm from deficit to growth – supporting the development of trauma-informed, culturally responsive, asset-based policies and practices that enhance resilience capacity in those who experience childhood trauma. This training explores how domestic violence shapes children’s lives and impacts parenting, with an emphasis on the assets and strengths of families who survive this experience together.
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  • NRCDV Publications
September 2021

How can domestic and sexual violence advocates center health equity for Black women in our work?

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Health is a basic human right and need. The September 2021 Technical Assistance Question of the Month (TAQ) shares select highlights from a newly released paper on health equity co-authored by staff at the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence and National Sexual Violence Resource Center.
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  • NRCDV Publications
September 2021

Back to Basics: Partnering with Survivors and Communities to Promote Health Equity at the Intersections of Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence

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This paper makes connections between health equity and our work to prevent sexual and intimate partner violence. It centers the stories of survivors at the intersections of systemic racism, violence, and oppression. It explores ways to build both individual and organizational capacity to address health inequity. And, it offers a call to action for those ready to commit to health equity in their gender-based violence prevention work.
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  • NRCDV Publications
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May 2021

WEBINAR: Strengthening our Evidence Toolkit - Fortaleciendo Nuestra Caja de Herramientas de Evidencia en la Practica

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Research and evaluation can be powerful tools for community-based programs in the gender-based violence (GBV) field. However, these tools also have a history of being used to harm marginalized communities, overburden GBV staff and organizations, and reproduce systemic inequities. This webinar explores key strategies to conduct research and evaluation in ways that avoid replicating harms and instead center survivors and advance social justice.
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May 2021

Black Homicide Victimization in the United States: An Analysis of 2018 Homicide Data

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The devastation homicide inflicts on Black teens and adults is a national crisis, yet it is all too often ignored outside of affected communities. This study examines the problem of Black homicide victimization at the state level by analyzing unpublished Supplementary Homicide Report (SHR) data for Black homicide victimization submitted to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
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May 2021

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women: An Action Plan for Alaska Native Communities

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Alaskan Indigenous communities are encouraged to use this toolkit from the Alaska Native Women's Resource Center as a guide for developing a plan of action that will include awareness, prevention, and intervention strategies.
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May 2021

AAPI LGBT Adults in the US: LBGT Well-Being at the Intersection of Race

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This report from the Williams Institute at UCLA School of Law analyzes several data sources to provide information on adults who self-identify as AAPI and LGBT, including separate findings on Asian Americans and Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders.
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April 2021

Shrouded in Silence: Police Sexual Violence: What We Know & What Can We Do About It

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Survivors of police sexual violence are rarely heard from or discussed in either conversation, and their experiences generally do not drive organizing and advocacy in either context. This report is intended to contribute to breaking this silence, to summarize what we know about sexual violence by law enforcement officers, and to offer concrete steps toward prevention of police sexual violence and increased safety, support, and opportunities for healing for survivors.