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March 2018

Supporting Partnerships for Anti-Racist Communities (SPARC) Phase One Study Findings

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In September 2016, the Center for Social Innovation launched SPARC (Supporting Partnerships for AntiRacist Communities) to understand and respond to racial inequities in homelessness. Through a mixed-methods (quantitative and qualitative) study, the SPARC team documented high rates of homelessness among people of color and began to map their pathways into and barriers to exit from homelessness. This report presents key findings from this study.
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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 employees of color and actions that organizations can take to address and reduce the consequences and ensure that employees of color can thrive, advance, and contribute their best talents.
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  • NRCDV Publications
  • Training Tools
October 2016

WEBINAR: Girls for Gender Equity: Centering Girls of Color within the Racial and Gender Justice Movement of the 21st Century

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In this webinar, presenters shared their radical and visionary approaches to promoting racial and gender justice and the critical importance it has to addressing and preventing domestic and sexual violence.
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October 2016

The Urgency of Intersectionality

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In this TED Talk, Kimberlé Crenshaw defines intersectionality and describes how race and gender-based violence impacts the lives of black women. She emphasizes importance of doing social justice work through an intersectional lens and uplifting the narratives of black women.
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July 2016

Giving Birth Behind Bars: A Guide for Achieving Reproductive Justice for Incarcerated Women

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This resource is a collection of materials developed by and for communities most affected by the expansion of the prison industrial complex and confronting reproductive oppression within the confines of the walls of these institutions.
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June 2016

Black Mamas Matter: A Toolkit for Advancing the Right to Safe and Respectful Maternal Health Care

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This toolkit is a direct response to the call for advocacy tools focusing on a rights-based maternal health policy agenda, and includes materials that will support the work of state maternal health advocates as they mobilize their communities and communicate with state policy leaders.
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  • General Material
  • NRCDV Publications
February 2016

How can we develop culturally specific programs to engage youth of color?

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In NRCDV's February 2016 TA Question of the month, Ivonne Ortiz discusses the importance of culturally specific programs for youth of color and offers examples.
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January 2016

Ethnic and Racial Identity Development

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This resource provides information on racial and ethnic identity development. It includes a link to a toolbox for additional resources.
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January 2016

End the War on Black Trans, Queer and Gender Nonconforming People

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This page outlines the problems that black trans, queer, and gender nonconforming people face with institutions such as police and prisons, employment, healthcare, housing. It also offers action steps for the federal, state, and local levels.
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  • General Material
  • NRCDV Publications
  • Training Tools
October 2015

WEBINAR: Embracing the Intersectionality of Oppressions Lens: Bringing the Margins to the Center

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This webinar explored the significance, gifts, challenges, successes and the evolution of using an intersectionality of oppressions lens as the main approach to our work.
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  • General Material
  • NRCDV Publications
  • Training Tools
October 2015

WEBINAR: Allies in the Struggle: Intersectional work as a trauma-informed response and prevention

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This webinar was designed for aspiring white allies interested in deepening their understanding of the connections between racial justice work and domestic and sexual violence intervention and prevention work.
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  • General Material
  • NRCDV Publications
October 2015

Why is it important to bring a racial justice framework to our efforts to end domestic violence?

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While domestic violence occurs in every culture regardless of socioeconomic, educational, and religious background, we must address the fact that violence disproportionately affects marginalized groups. NRCDV's October 2015 TA Question of the Month emphasizes the need for using a racial justice framework in our work to end domestic violence.