Women of color are more likely to experience gender-based violence and fear of contacting the police for help.
Looking beyond just incidents of sexual assault makes campus climate surveys more effective.
The Violence Against Women Act has come to prioritize criminal legal initiatives over support, counseling and advocacy. It’s time to think bigger.
Intersecting crises make VAWA reauthorization even more urgent.
Police chiefs describe a profound link between the racial contexts of gun violence and disparate modes of police response.
Making these changes to support survivors through the pandemic can lay the groundwork for a safer, more equitable future.
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