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Reproductive Justice Content Topic Results

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January 2015

Reproductive Injustice: The State of Reproductive Health Care for Women in New York State Prisons

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This report details top findings on reproductive healthcare in the New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision, including the fact that reproductive healthcare for women in New York State prisons is woefully substandard, with women routinely facing poor-quality care and assaults on their basic human dignity and reproductive rights.
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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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January 2015

Coercing Pregnancy

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This article details how some abusers coerce their female partners into pregnancy as a tactic to exert control over their lives. Abusive acts related to this phenomenon include rape, using threatening or manipulative language, and interfering with birth control.
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  • NRCDV Publications
  • Training Tools
November 2014

Creating A Culture of Acceptance: Abuse, HIV and Women in Shelter

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This 1-hour interactive eLearning module presents evidence linking intimate partner violence with women's risk of becoming infected with HIV, and discusses the impact of intimate partner violence on the lives of women living with HIV.
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September 2014

If You Care about Religious Freedom, You Should Care about Reproductive Justice

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This fact sheet outlines why health care providers should not deny women access to needed health care services, reproductive justice & religious freedom, why employers should not use their religious beliefs to deny women insurance coverage of health care services, why religious freedom should not include the freedom to discriminate against women, and how you can support reproductive justice and religious liberty values.
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September 2014

¡Sin Seguro, No Más! Without Coverage, Without Safety, No More!: A Call to Lift the Bans that Deny Latinas Access to Safe, Legal, Affordable Abortion Care

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This report presents the historical context surrounding the Hyde Amendment, how abortion coverage bans exacerbate existing health disparities, and the ongoing impact of these bans on Latinas and other women of color, and low-income women. This report concludes with policy recommendations.
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  • NRCDV Publications
July 2014

How can I support pregnant survivors accessing services?

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That there are many ways advocates can help improve birth related outcomes for pregnant survivors accessing services. NRCDV's July 2014 TA Question of the Month offers insight on how to do so.
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July 2014

HIV/AIDS Risk Factors & Risk Reduction

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This two-page tool helps survivors and advocates understand HIV risk factors, and risk reduction methods.
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  • Training Tools
July 2014

Conversation Guide: Starting the Discussion about HIV/AIDS

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This resource was designed to support advocates in beginning conversations about HIV with survivors of domestic violence.
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  • NRCDV Publications
  • Training Tools
April 2014

WEBINAR: Trauma-Informed Birth Support for Survivors of Abuse

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This webinar, held on Monday, April 21, 2014, provided information for both victim advocates working in shelter settings as well as birth doulas, regarding the identification and impact of domestic violence and abuse in pregnant women. Likewise, the benefits of a partnership between these two groups was discussed as a way to further improve pregnancy and birth outcomes for pregnant survivors.
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  • General Material
April 2014

Birth Doulas and Shelter Advocates: Creating Partnerships and Building Capacity

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Pregnant women's experiences and needs for emotional support, physical well-being, access to healthcare and other community-based services are significantly different from women who are not pregnant. For pregnant women also dealing with past or current domestic violence and currently residing in a domestic violence shelter or safe house, the multitude of experiences and needs may be even greater.
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  • NRCDV Publications
  • Training Tools
March 2014

WEBINAR: National Women & Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day: Safety Strategies for Women at Risk

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On this webinar, Dr. Michele Decker discussed the link between dating/domestic violence and women's exposure to HIV. Ways to raise awareness, decrease stigma and increase services for HIV+ women were shared for crisis counselors, domestic violence victim advocates and shelter managers.