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Communities of Color Content Topic Results

The results displayed below have been grouped first by VAWnet Special Collections - containing our most highly valued resources - then by individual related materials. Refine your search by category, types, author and/or publisher using the options provided. Sort by date published, date added, or alphabetically. For assistance in locating a resource, use our online contact form.
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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January 2018

Latina Immigrant Women & Children's Well-Being and Access to Services After Detention

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This brief describes findings of a research study that seeks to understand the experiences of Latina women and their children when seeking asylum due to gender based violence and to document the experiences of those who have been detained while seeking asylum for gender based violence, the consequences of detention on survivors of violence, and post-detention service needs.
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January 2018

Defining Economic Justice for Survivors in Communities of Color & Indigenous Communities

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Reflecting the expertise of advocates and survivors, this report from the field broadens the scope of economic justice to be culturally responsive to survivors in communities of color and indigenous communities.
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January 2018

Over-Incarceration of Trans Survivors & Immigrant Detention as Part of Mass Incarceration

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Reflecting the expertise of advocates and survivors, this report from the field broadens the scope of mass incarceration to be culturally responsive to survivors in communities of color.
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January 2018

Day-to-Day Experiences of Emotional Tax Among Women and Men of Color in the Workplace

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For Asian, Black, Latinx, and multiracial employees, decades of research tells us that exclusion, discrimination, and bias can be daily experiences. This report examines the Emotional Tax levied on Asian, Black, Latinx, and multiracial professionals in the United States as they aspire to advance and contribute to their organizations
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December 2017

Online Harassment Is a Social Problem That Requires a Social Response

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In this piece, feminist writer Soraya Chemaly examines the ways in which women’s rights and expression are affected by persistent and often violent online harassment related to their gender, class, race, sexuality and more through an intersectional lens. 
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December 2017

Factsheet: Statistics on Gender-Based Violence in Asian and Pacific Islander Communities

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This factsheet provides fully-cited statistics on gender-based violence in Asian and Pacific Islander communities.
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October 2017

2017 Race for Results: Building a Path to Opportunity for All Children

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This KIDS COUNT policy report explores the intersection of children, opportunity, race and immigration, and examines barriers facing children in immigrant families.
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October 2017

Foundations for the Future: Empowerment Economics in the Native Hawaiian Context

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This report offers insight into the challenges and opportunities of building wealth in Native Hawaiian communities, and fills a gap in research by shedding light on a group whose strengths and struggles are uniquely reflective of both indigenous histories and Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) experiences.
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  • Training Tools
September 2017

Be Her Resource: A Toolkit about School Resource Officers and Girls of Color

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This toolkit provides guiding principles and policy recommendations that are designed to improve interactions between girls of color and SROs, with the ultimate goal of reducing girls of colors’ disproportionate rates of contact with the juvenile justice system.
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September 2017

We Deserve Safety: Ending the Criminalization of Women & Girls of Color

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This briefing paper and fact sheet describe unique and particular ways in which girls and women of color experience racial profiling and criminalization across a range of situations and settings. YWCA references studies and reports that document patterns, trends, and statistical comparisons between racial and ethnic groups, as well as news articles and media accounts to illustrate experiences of women and girls of color.
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  • NRCDV Publications
September 2017

How can my agency do better at reaching out to Latin@ members of our community?

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In NRCDV's September 2017 TA Question of the month, NSVRC language access coordinator Maria Jirau-Torres shares insight on ways that domestic violence programs can better reach out to Latin@ communities.
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July 2017

Racial and Ethnic Differences in Homicides of Adult Women and the Role of Intimate Partner Violence — United States, 2003–2014

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Homicide is the most severe health outcome of violence against women. Findings from this study on female homicide data from the National Violent Death Reporting System (NVDRS) during 2003–2014 indicate that young women, particularly racial/ethnic minority women, were disproportionately affected.