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February 2021

We Are Calling to You: Alaska's Missing and Murdered Indigenous Womxn and Girls

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This baseline report from Data for Indigenous Justice is a reclamation of stories, and is intended to be a tool for Alaska Native and Indigenous communities to self-determine pathways to justice and ensure the safety of our people.
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September 2020

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

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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.
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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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  • NRCDV Publications
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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

Scars of strength: Male domestic violence survivor speaks out

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This video shows the story of Dan Shieshie Matakaya, a domestic violence survivor, who is using his experience to inspire and bring hope to those struggling to recover from physical, sexual, psychological or economic violence.
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June 2020

Pocket Change: How Women and Girls of Color Do More with Less

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Women and girls of color are pivotal frontline leaders and organizers in the powerful social change movements that pave the way for a more equitable and just democracy. This report seeks to better understand how they do this work and asks critical questions of how philanthropy and donors can change their practices to center women and girls of color.
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May 2020

Gender and COVID-19 Advocacy Brief

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Pandemics and outbreaks have differential impacts on women and men. This advocacy brief outlines key asks to guide investments in quality and gender-sensitive research on the adverse health, social and economic impacts of COVID-19.
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March 2020

Paid Leave Will Help Close the Gender Wage Gap

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This fact sheet outlines the ways in which paid family and medical leave helps women remain in the workforce throughout their careers and helps equalize caregiving.
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February 2020

Personal Plan of Action Worksheet

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The Personal Plan of Action Worksheet from the Ohio Men's Action Network (OHMAN) offers key questions to challenge men to find ways to engage in courageous conversations and take action to prevent violence.
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January 2020

Partnership to End Gendered Islamophobia Community Report

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Gendered Islamophobia consists of the ways the state utilizes gendered forms of violence to oppress, monitor, punish, maim and control Muslim bodies. This report shares collective learnings from a convening of the Partnership to End Gendered Islamophobia on the 19th anniversary of 9/11.
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October 2019

DVAM! Advocacy and Male Survivors of Domestic Violence

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LGBTQ culturally specific programs have a long history of supporting bisexual men, transgender men, and gay men who have survived domestic violence. This webinar shares the North West Network’s approach to meaningfully supporting male survivors by centering the experiences of bi+, trans, and gay men, and shares tips and best practices in providing advocacy.