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January 2005

Culture Handbook

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This handbook highlights the importance of culture and provides guidance to develop cultural competency at the individual and organizational levels.
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June 2002

Gender Violence and Cultures of Patriarchy: Proceedings from the National Summit on Domestic Violence in API Communities

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These presentation transcriptions discuss violence against women and the impact of culture.
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February 2000

Outreach to Underserved Communities

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This curriculum is designed to help domestic violence programs reach out to underserved communities in order to address the issues of diversity and of the limited access to quality services for battered women from those communities.