February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness & Prevention Month (TDVAM). This issue of the PreventIPV newsletter features tools that center and celebrate the leadership of youth, especially Black girls. It includes resources to promote youth activism and young people's well-being by building connected communities that foster resilience, joy, and transformative action.
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Though the crises of this moment are urgent, the moment is ripe for transformation. At the NRCDV, we remain committed to transforming how we approach our work to eliminate violence in all its forms, including economic, gendered, and racialized violence.
En este adiestramiento activo examinaremos la importancia del autocuidado en nuestras vidas para mantener y fortalecer nuestro bienestar y nuestra salud. Participantes practicaran técnicas simples de autocuidado que podrán hacer diariamente y tendrán la oportunidad de crear un plan de autocuidado.
This issue of the PreventIPV newsletter offers inspiration for moving forward, sharing takeaways and action steps from recent national gatherings and observances including the National Prevention Town Hall and Domestic Violence Awareness Month 2020.
NRCDV is asking for your help by supporting us this #GivingTuesday so that we can collaborate with Black leadership and communities to create a sustainable, long-term plan to address anti-Blackness in the movement to end gender-based violence without current funding restrictions.
We are excited to announce that starting November 2020, the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence (NRCDV) will be the new home of the National LGBTQ Institute on IPV.