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August 2020

WEBINAR: Meeting this Moment: Meaningful Engagement for Social Change during Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Beyond

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At this moment, together we bear witness as the pandemic of racial injustice, systemic oppression, and exploitation continues to rage across the country, causing many losses. This moment in time is a call for transformation – a critical opportunity to revisit the roots of our movement to end gender-based violence in ways that can purposefully restore humanity for all. Join NRCDV for a conversation about pivoting our work to meet this moment and co-creating the world we all deserve during Domestic Violence Awareness Month and beyond.
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August 2020

Sexual Violence and Oppression Infographic

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Some groups experience sexual violence at higher rates than others. We know that sexual violence is inextricably tied to oppression, but how do we communicate effectively about this? Learn more with this infographic from the National Sexual Violence Resource Center. 
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July 2020

HERE and there: An open letter to white women in the movement to end gender-based violence

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Dear White Women: Welcome. I’m glad you are HERE. Let’s talk about here and over there.
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July 2020

Increasing Access to Healing Services and Just Outcomes for Older African American Crime Survivors: A Toolkit for Enhancing Critical Knowledge and Informing Action within the Crime Victim Assistance Field

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Older African Americans experience crime and violence at the intersections of race, age, class, and other identities. This toolkit offers victim services providers and criminal justice systems stakeholders information and practical strategies to enhance their capacity to identify, reach, and serve older African American victims.
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July 2020

"Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free." A Discussion on Racial Justice in America

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Hosted by the American Bar Association, this webinar features an open and honest discussion on racial justice in the United States in light of the events since the murder of George Floyd. The panel provided perspectives from the African American, Muslim, Asian American, Hispanic, and Native American communities.
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  • NRCDV Publications
June 2020

How can advocates better understand Transformative Justice and its connection to gender-based violence intervention and prevention work?

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In NRCDV's June 2020 TA Question of the Month, guest writer Laura Chow Reeve from the Virginia Sexual & Domestic Violence Action Alliance discusses connections between domestic violence work and transformative justice.
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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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June 2020

How Diverse Is Your Board, Really?

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This article discusses the value of having a board that is truly diverse and offers strategies for increasing board diversity.
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May 2020

COVID-19 Impact Briefs

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The National Resource Center for Reaching Victims conducted a series of listening sessions to unearth the impact the COVID-19 health crisis is having on underserved victims of crime and better resource the crime victim services field to respond to those needs. This series of impact briefs summarizes key findings.
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April 2020

WEBINAR: Addressing the Influences Implicit Biases, Inequities & Historical Trauma Have on Aging Processes for Children of Color

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Trauma and toxic stress often stem from experiences that occur disproportionately in the lives of girls and women, and of girls and women of color in particular. The adultification of African American girls who have histories of trauma has become the manifestation of how the needs of women and girls of color are overlooked and misunderstood. This webinar addresses the impact of implicit biases, inequities and historical trauma on the lives of children of color.
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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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  • NRCDV Publications
October 2019

How can movement building support our efforts for social change and collective thriving?

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In 2014, the Idaho Coalition Against Sexual & Domestic Violence began to lay a foundation for movement building. In NRCDV's October 2019 TA Question of the Month, writers from the Idaho Coalition discuss their efforts to end patriarchy, sexism, racism, nationalism, classism, homophobia, transphobia, able-ism, audism, anti-semitism, religious discrimination, and xenophobia/anti-immigrant sentiment through movement building.