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Whether you’re a seasoned advocate, a student, or a community member interested in learning more about domestic violence, our user-friendly resource library is a great tool for you. We have compiled an extensive database of publications, images, websites, webinars and more — all dedicated to understanding the dynamics of abuse, prevention strategies and community solutions. 

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Publication Jennifer Haddad Bell, Darryl Evey, Krista Niemczyk, Christine Smith, Debra WardSeptember 25, 2018

Promoting Health Advocacy in Domestic Violence Programs

This brief outlines the value and importance of health advocacy, as well as collaboration between the health and DV fields to promote survivor health. It shares lessons and best practices from recent California-based work through the Domestic Violence and Health Care Partnership (DVHCP) project and encourages continued change in practice, policy, and systems across sectors.

Publication Jeremy Cantor, Laura Hogan, Krista Niemczyk, Christine Smith, Lisa Fujie Parks, Erica VillaSeptember 25, 2018

Integrating Community Level IPV Prevention in Community Health Assessment and Community Health Improvement Plans

This brief shares recommendations that elevate consideration of IPV in ongoing planning, implementation, and evaluation processes within the health and public health sectors.

Publication Ana Interiano, Cynthia Keltner, Dana Knoll, Allyson SonenshineSeptember 25, 2018

Addressing Intimate Partner Violence as a Social Determinant of Health in Clinical Settings

As healthcare delivery systems and the policy landscape are rapidly transforming, there is an opportunity to scale successful programs, policies, and innovations across the state of California to better prevent and address IPV and improve health. This document outlines lessons learned from the field and policy and practice recommendations.

Webinar Prevention Peer NetworkSeptember 20, 2018

What is Your Community Planning for Domestic Violence Awareness Month?
Prevention Peer Network

The Partnership’s statewide Domestic Violence Awareness Month campaign, Getting Back to Our Roots: The Personal Is Political, debuted on August 22nd! We invite you to get involved in our campaign, which seeks to get out the vote and educate voters by:

• Informing Californians about the issues impacting survivors
• Mobilizing communities to ask questions of candidates, so they can learn about how they plan to address domestic
violence
• Encouraging Californians to vote—and specifically provide information for survivors to vote safely through California’s

Publication Just Partners, Inc.August 14, 2018

Race Matters Toolkit

Offers concrete guidance to create policies, programs, and products that advance racial equity for vulnerable children, families, and communities of color.

Publication Center for Social InclusionAugust 14, 2015

Let’s Talk About Race: How Racially Explicit Messaging Can Advance Equity

“In this report, we explored whether talking about race directly could effectively move people to support progressive fiscal policies. We tested messages that re-frame people of color as contributing, hardworking Americans —“makers” instead of “takers”—with the goal of moving people toward supporting more progressive fiscal policies.

Website World TrustAugust 1, 2018

Road to Racial Justice
Educational Board Game by Kesa Kivel

The Road to Racial Justice “Board” Game is a free, engaging tool that can be used in classrooms, community groups, family gatherings, and faith and spiritual-based organizations. Teen and adult players will become aware that racism exists in many everyday kinds of situations (interpersonal and institutional), learn why each situation is racist (stereotyping, tokenism, cultural appropriation, etc.), and acquire tools to interrupt these situations. Played in teams. Curriculum included. Download at www.roadtoracialjustice.org

Video MTVJuly 22, 2015

Documentary. MTV’s “White People”

What does it mean to be white? MTV’s ‘White People’ is a groundbreaking documentary on race that aims to answer that question from the viewpoint of young white people living in America today. The film follows Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and filmmaker, Jose Antonio Vargas, as he travels across the country to get this complicated conversation started. ‘White People’ asks what’s fair when it comes to affirmative action, if colorblindness is a good thing, what privilege really means, and what it’s like to become the “white minority” in your neighborhood.

Campaign

Domestic Violence Awareness Month 2018: VOTE!
Getting Back to Our Roots: The Personal Is Political

Get Out the Vote | Educate Voters | Engage Candidates

Domestic Violence Awareness Month 2018: VOTE!

This year, our Domestic Violence Awareness Month campaign will be different than ever before. We’re launching a get out the vote and voter education campaign: a non-partisan effort to: 

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