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December 2020

Building a Culture of Trust

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Workplace discussion on issues such as racism, ageism, and heteronormativity can be difficult even in circumstances where people have strong relationships and can assume goodwill. This document provides guidance to help organizations build connections that can foster trust; engage in the development of strong teams; and promote communication and development opportunities between and among staff when embarking on or building up their equity efforts.
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December 2020

Transformational Collaborations: Considerations to Apply a Racial Equity Lens

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A critical analysis of collaboration efforts that involve culturally specific organizations shows they often amount to little more than a referral network, function independently, and centralize leadership and control. This publication will help expose the subtle, yet insidious mechanisms that lead to the marginalization of people of color and culturally specific organizations, offer strategies to resist these mechanisms, and provide recommendations to transform collaborations into equitable partnerships.
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December 2020

Strategies to Recruit, Hire, and Sustain Diversity in the Workplace

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While there is strong empirical confirmation that effectively recruiting, hiring, and retaining a diverse staff is positively correlated with increased organizational performance, many studies and surveys show that many organizations struggle to do so. This report offers suggestions for a more comprehensive recruitment, interview, and selection processes and provides a primer to think about and redesign the existing structures that impede inclusion and equity in the workplace and to create the foundation needed to sustain diversity.
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  • NRCDV Publications
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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November 2020

Feminist Prof. Loretta J. Ross Is Done With Cancel Culture

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Creating conversations to bridge differences is hard enough, but online it can be even tougher — especially when a perceived misstep can see someone “called out” or “cancelled.” These two things can close down dialogue without addressing the problem, according to Loretta J. Ross. In this video, Professor Ross discusses her concerns with "cancel culture."
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October 2020

National Call for Unity 2020: One Voice for Survivors Justice

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Every year the National Call for Unity kicks off Domestic Violence Awareness Month by offering an opportunity to mourn, celebrate, and connect with advocates from national, state, and community-based organizations, governmental agencies, allied movements, survivors and their family and friends.
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September 2020

National Prevention Town Hall 2020: White Board Reflections

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In September 2020, the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence held its first National Prevention Town Hall. This portion of the town hall features key takeaways, highlights, and reflections that participants shared from the breakout sessions.
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September 2020

National Prevention Town Hall 2020 Breakout Session 2A: Intersecting Pandemics

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In September 2020, the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence held its first National Prevention Town Hall. This session explores how and why the COVID-19 crisis has impacted communities of color and women differently than white communities.
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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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September 2020

National Prevention Town Hall 2020 Closing Plenary: Integration of Anti-Racism Work, Intervention, and Prevention into One Mission

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In September 2020, the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence held its first National Prevention Town Hall. In the closing plenary of the town hall, panelists Chéree Thomas, Lisa Winchell-Caldwell, and Averett Robey offer wisdom on how the domestic violence field can integrate anti-racism work, intervention, and prevention into one mission.
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  • NRCDV Publications
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September 2020

National Prevention Town Hall 2020 Breakout Session 2C: Addressing Wage Equity & Economic Justice at All Levels of Our Movement

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In September 2020, the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence held its first National Prevention Town Hall. In this breakout session, presenters Merkeb Yohannes and Layla Elabed from the Michigan Coalition to End Domestic & Sexual Violence (MCEDSV) share lessons learned from MCEDSV's efforts to center economic justice and wage equity at all levels of their work, both internally and externally.
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  • NRCDV Publications
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September 2020

National Prevention Town Hall 2020 Opening Panel: Advancing Our Collective Liberation

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In September 2020, the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence held its first National Prevention Town Hall. The opening session, Advancing Our Collective Liberation, centers the goals of the town hall, allowing space for panelists from each state to respond to questions posed by participants in order to offer inspiration and explore new ideas for moving our work forward.