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November 2020

How can mainstream advocates and domestic violence programs enhance services and supports to older African American survivors?

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Older African Americans experience crime and violence at the intersection of race, age, class and other identities. In the November 2020 TA Question of the Month, Juanita Davis explains how mainstream advocates and programs can do the vital work of building literacy about the history of privilege, the impact of racism on the lived experiences of African Americans and the impact of intersecting oppressions in the context of domestic violence.
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October 2020

Relationship Violence in Five Los Angeles Asian American Communities: Intergenerational Risk and Strengthening Factors

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This study explores risk and protective factors in five Asian American communities: Cambodian, Chinese, Korean, North Indian Hindu, and Pakistani Muslim. These factors include cultural traditions, norms, attitudes and beliefs, particularly around gender roles, intergenerational family dynamics, intimate relationships, and approaches to child-rearing.
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September 2020

WEBINAR: Honoring Survivors’ Spiritual Needs: Supporting Jewish, Catholic, and Muslim Survivors of Domestic Violence

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For many survivors, spirituality and religious beliefs are an integral part of their healing journey. As advocates, we must recognize the importance of this influence and should learn ways to provide the support they need while respecting survivors’ faith traditions. This webinar will help advocates adopt a faith-sensitive lens and will offer best practices for supporting families who are guided by their faith.
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September 2020

Human Trafficking Leadership Academy Class 5 Recommendations

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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.
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September 2020

Faithful Allies: Working with Christian Leaders

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This tipsheet 1-pager, developed by Korean American Family Services (KFAM) describes some suggested practices for working with faith leaders on DV/SV response and prevention.
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September 2020

TA Bundle: Religion and Domestic Violence: Addressing the Connections

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The Technical Assistance (TA) Bundle is a resource from NRCDV that packages innovative TA Questions and complementary resources by theme, offering stories, resources, and promising practices for promoting advocates' and survivors' empowerment, healing, and wellness.
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August 2020

WEBINAR: Enhancing Services to Male Survivors Part 2: Voices from the Field

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Part II of the Enhancing Services to Male Survivors webinar series showcases the work of two domestic violence agencies that are leading the way as they expand their services to male survivors. The presenters share lessons learned through this process and offer promising practices to help build capacity to recognize and respond to the needs of male-identified survivors of domestic violence.
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July 2020

Coffee and Conversation: When Black Women Seek Help

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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.
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July 2020

Faith Matters: Supporting Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Survivors of Domestic Violence

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This workshop from the Battered Women's Justice Project will help advocates adopt a faith-sensitive lens and best practices for supporting families who are guided by their faith.
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  • 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

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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.
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June 2020

WEBINAR: Enhancing Services to Male Survivors Series Part 1: Changing the Narrative

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In part one of the Enhancing Services to Male Survivors Series, presenters engage in a discussion about including a gender-conscious philosophical framework for enhanced services to male survivors of domestic violence that links to and builds upon the historical roots of the movement against gender-based violence and is consistent with anti-discrimination laws and related grant conditions.
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June 2020

Helping Those Who Help Others: Key Findings from a Comprehensive Needs Assessment of the Crime Victims Field

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This report summarizes the main findings and crosscutting themes and outlines findings from the National Resource Center for Reaching Victims' needs assessment, offering strategies to support the crime victims field’s goal of reaching more people and closing service gaps.