Responsive to the moment, mobile advocacy returns to the roots of DV advocacy, and embraces historically Black-led models of community care, through its flexible approach of meeting survivors where they are.
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Why is it important for us – advocates, healers, and social change makers – to practice radical self-love? Because radical self-love is a pathway toward individual and collective transformation.
“Nothing that we do that is worthwhile is done alone.” - Mariame Kaba
This issue of the PreventIPV newsletter highlights resources for promoting economic justice as key to our intimate partner violence prevention efforts. Resources feature a particular focus on strategies to create thriving working conditions for Black women and gender expansive individuals, including pay equity, building values-driven workplace cultures, and more.
In April, the U.S. Sentencing Commission, a federal body that sets advisory guidelines, voted to expand the bases for compassionate release to include sexual and physical assault by prison workers.
The National Resource Center on Domestic Violence (NRCDV) is delighted by the release of the National Plan to End Gender Based Violence. With over 30 years of history to advance resources, prevention, policy, and housing solutions for survivors, NRCDV applauds the White House, Gender Policy Council, and the many contributing stakeholders for their tireless efforts in developing this plan.