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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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May 2016

#RaceAnd: Sonny Singh

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#RaceAnd is a special 8-part video series produced by Race Forward’s Video Production Specialist Kat Lazo, exploring the many ways that race compounds and intersects with all the other issues faced by people of color. In this video, Sonny Singh gives insight on how he navigates the world as a South Asian turban-wearing Sikh man, but also sheds light on how his privileged identities as a cishet abled-bodied middle-class man can be utilized to stand in solidarity with others.
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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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 Technical Assistance Question of the Month (TAQ) emphasizes the need for using a racial justice framework in our work to end domestic violence.
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September 2015

The Impact of Incarceration and Mandatory Minimums on Survivors: Exploring the Impact of Criminalizing Policies on African American Women and Girls

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This is a summary of a roundtable focused on criminalization policies and their effect on Black women and girls. The discussion centered the experiences of Black women and girls who have survived domestic and sexual abuse and provided an opportunity to consider how the intersection of multiple aspects of a person’s identity shape their experience with criminalization policies.
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January 2015

Black Women and Reproductive Health: Fast Facts

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This fact sheet includes statistics on health insurance, barriers to safe abortions, and perceptions with respect to black women and their reproductive health.
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October 2014

Incorporating Racial Equity into Criminal Justice Reform

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This briefing paper highlights trends in racial disparities in the criminal justice system, discusses how such disparities impact communities of color and concludes with relevant information on best practices for reducing racial disparity.
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  • General Material
September 2014

Invisible Betrayal: Police Violence and the Rape of Black Women in the United States

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This report from Black Women's Blueprint discusses the prevalence of officer-perpetrated sexual assault and its impact on Black women. It explains how sexual assault and/or rape constitute an act of torture and requires understanding this issue through the historical context of the institution and legacy of slavery.