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February 2019

Using Story Circles to Capture Local Community Responses to Gender-based Violence During TDVAM and Beyond

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In this one-hour webinar for Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, StoryCenter’s Amy Hill introduces a simple, community-based process for sharing and capturing poignant personal stories of how young people are taking action.
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  • General Material
  • NRCDV Publications
February 2019

How can we create meaningful connections with youth leaders seeking opportunities to become vocal advocates for themselves and their communities?

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Youth-led activism is an important part of the anti-violence movement. In NRCDV's February 2019 TA Question of the Month, Rebecca Balog and Tanae LeClaire from the National Indigenous Women's Resource Center explore ways that adult advocates can expose youth to technical skills and create spaces necessary for them to successfully navigate and impact the anti-violence movement. 
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  • General Material
January 2019

Illustrating Our Prevention Story

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This Prevention Storybook represents the Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence's attempt to wrap their arms around prevention learnings from the past ten years. The storybook outlines ICADV's rationale and framework for prevention and details successful prevention strategies throughout Indiana.
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  • General Material
November 2018

Latinx Thriving Families Campaign

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The Latinx Thriving Families Campaign is designed to increase access and improve systems and responses to Latinx abused parents and their children by the integration of a comprehensive anti-oppression and social equity framework.
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  • General Material
  • NRCDV Publications
October 2018

Leveraging #1Thing in Your Community

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Through this webinar participants will learn ways to enhance their community engagement efforts, learn about the importance of including storytelling in their efforts by leveraging the #1Thing messaging. 
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  • General Material
  • NRCDV Publications
October 2018

NRCDV Radio: My #1Thing

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NRCDV is proud to offer " My One Thing," a new 4 part mini series for #DVAM2018. Each week in October will feature the unique perspectives of advocates, survivors, and other community members who have been impacted by or are working to end gender-based violence.
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  • General Material
  • NRCDV Publications
October 2018

National Call of Unity 2018: #1Thing Towards Collective Action

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Every year the National Call of Unity kicks off Domestic Violence Awareness Month by offering an opportunity to mourn, celebrate, and connect with advocates from national, state, and community-based organizations, governmental agencies, allied movements, survivors and their family and friends.
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  • General Material
  • NRCDV Publications
October 2018

How does an investment in building strong, healthy communities benefit survivors of intimate partner violence?

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Being surrounded by strong community, including neighbors one interacts with and cares about, can provide a buffer against experiences and consequences of intimate partner violence. NRCDV's October 2018 TA Question of the Month explores how neighbors and advocates can work together help bolster these strong spaces of social support for survivors.
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  • General Material
  • NRCDV Publications
September 2018

Awareness + Action = Social Change: What’s your one thing?

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This infographic digs deeper into the "action" part of the Awareness + Action = Social Change equation, offering key illustrations and talking points to help motivate people to action utilizing the #1Thing message for Domestic Violence Awareness Month and beyond.
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  • General Material
  • NRCDV Publications
August 2018

How can I motivate people in my community to take action for social change during Domestic Violence Awareness Month and beyond? Start with one thing.

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If nobody takes action, there is no movement. NRCDV's September 2018 TA Question of the Month explores how to inspire communities to take action for Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
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  • General Material
  • NRCDV Publications
August 2018

#1Thing Action Guide: Inspiring Action Through a Unified Message

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The #1Thing Action Guide includes templates, recommendations, strategies, and tools for incorporating this message into your public awareness activities and campaigns during DVAM, and beyond.
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  • General Material
August 2018

Out of the Shadows: An Analysis of Sexual Harassment Charges Filed by Working Women

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In order to paint a clearer picture of workplace sexual harassment, the National Women’s Law Center analyzed sexual harassment charges filed with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission by women in the private sector between 2012 and 2016. This analysis establishes a critical baseline for evaluating the impact, if any, of the MeToo movement on filings with the EEOC in future years.