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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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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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July 2021

How are pandemic-era lessons impacting the ways we prevent sexual violence?

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Meeting the immediate needs of the community in the pandemic has a lot to do with preventing sexual violence. The July 2021 TA Question of the Month explores the ways in which sexual violence prevention work has shifted in response to lessons learned from COVID-19.
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July 2021

We Can Prevent Childhood Adversity

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This infographic from the CDC shows the impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and how preventing ACEs can help create neighborhoods and communities where every child thrives.
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June 2021

A Health Equity Approach to Preventing Sexual Violence

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Preventing sexual violence means we all must address deep-rooted abuses of power that contribute to inequities in health, safety, and well-being. This publication from the National Sexual Violence Resource Center and Prevention Institute offers insight into how employ a health equity approach to sexual violence prevention.
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February 2021

NRCDV Radio Episode 39: Stories of Transformation: Joy, Pride & Passion of Youth Activism

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Young people have always been a crucial part of movement building and organizing. In this NRCDV Radio podcast production, host Lamar Greene and guests explore the pride, passion, creativity, and joy of youth activism.
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February 2021

Vital Signs: Violence Impacts Teens’ Lives

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This CDC Vital Signs report examines the types of violence experienced by teens age 14 to 18 years old and highlights how experiences of violence are associated with health conditions and risky behaviors.
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January 2021

Violence Prevention at CDC

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Violence is a serious problem in the United States. It affects people in all stages of life—from infants to the elderly—and has profound impact on lifelong health, opportunity, and well-being. This webpage from the CDC defines violence as a public health issue and offers resources for primary prevention using a public health framework.
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December 2020

Why should advocates and preventionists incorporate Disability Justice into their work?

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People with disabilities matter; that is why Disability Justice matters. In the December 2020 TA Question of the Month, Skylar Kantola, Jody Powers, and Cierra Olivia Thomas Williams explore the intersections of Disability Justice and domestic and sexual violence prevention and advocacy.
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November 2020

Human Trafficking Prevention: Strategies for Runaway and Homeless Youth Settings

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This issue brief from the Family Youth Services Bureau (FYSB) recognizes the vital role that runaway and homeless youth (RHY) programs can play in the prevention of sex and labor trafficking among runaway and homeless youth. It also highlights the importance of integrating public health, trauma-informed, and positive youth development principles into human trafficking interventions.
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October 2020

Everyday Practices of Transformative Justice

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This YouTube video by Barnard Center for Research on Women discusses everyday skills for reducing violence and addressing harm.
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October 2020

Risk and Protective Factors for Perpetration

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Risk factors are linked to a greater likelihood of intimate partner violence (IPV) perpetration. They are contributing factors, but might not be direct causes. Not everyone who is identified as “at risk” becomes involved in violence. This webpage from the CDC outlines key risk and protective factors.