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Futures w/o Violence
For more than 30 years, we’ve developed innovative ways to end violence against women, children, and families at home and around the world.
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YWCA USA Nov 16
Thank you for introducing the Violence Against Women Act reauthorization bill to the Senate. We urge the Senate to advance this critical legislation so that YWCAs and local partners can continue their life-saving work in communities across the country.
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Kellogg Fellows Leadership Alliance Nov 16
RT : grapple with growing up/living in culture different from parents, fitting in with peers & thinking about their faith and culture. We created conversation starter for adults who may be working with them.
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wscadv Nov 15
“witnessing traumatic events, like domestic violence, shootings, or even fighting, can impact the physical development of a child’s brain — potentially leading to lifelong health and social issues. But you can help reverse the effects.
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Futures w/o Violence Nov 15
"Women still hold fewer than 1/3 of board seats at the majority of large public & private US companies" per . Studies show that women & people of color in c-suites & on boards reduces & enhances bottom line.
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Futures w/o Violence Nov 15
We joined 53 organizations across the nation in sending a letter of support for to & . CAPTA uses federal funds to help prevent child trauma and abuse and help children and families heal.
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Futures w/o Violence Nov 15
It's , an annually recognized week to highlight issues specific to the Transgender and Gender Non-conforming (Trans/GNC) communities. Some thoughts on what health providers and advocates can do to alleviate anti-trans violence.
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Futures w/o Violence Nov 15
For more tips & tools on how your workplace can enhance its response to & by shifting workplace culture toward promoting safety, accountability & equity, visit
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Futures w/o Violence Nov 15
Replying to @FortuneMagazine
Our founder Esta Soler offered advice in on how companies can lead in making real progress that addresses , and promotes safety, accountability & equity while enhancing the bottom line. 2/3
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Futures w/o Violence Nov 15
A report by on a survey confirms what we know: while companies have talked about making changes, 42% of women report nothing has actually been implemented to address on the job. 1/3
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Futures w/o Violence Nov 13
Thank you to for introducing the Senate companion to the House-passed Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act today. 1/4 of American women will be the victim of physical violence by an intimate partner during their lifetimes. We must make stronger.
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Futures w/o Violence Nov 13
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Futures w/o Violence Nov 13
“Empathy.” “No judgement.” “Stop lecturing.” We asked attendees at today’s Youth Summit on Culture and Accessibility in Phoenix to share their reflections on what service providers need to do to engage youth. Here are their answers.
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Futures w/o Violence Nov 13
Replying to @WithoutViolence
Muslim youth often grapple with growing up/living in a culture different from their parents, fitting in with peers & also thinking about their faith and culture. We created a useful conversation starter for any adults who may be working with them. 2/2
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Futures w/o Violence Nov 13
There's a lack of research on domestic violence in Muslim communities, as well as a lack of culturally-appropriate services. Muslim youth in particular have few culturally-appropriate resources available to them on healthy and unhealthy relationships. 1/2
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Senator Dianne Feinstein Nov 13
WATCH NOW: Senate Democrats introduce Violence Against Women Act reauthorization bill.
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Futures w/o Violence Nov 13
Thank you to for introducing the Senate companion to the House-passed Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act today. 1/4 of American women will be the victim of physical violence by an intimate partner during their lifetimes. We must make stronger.
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Break the Cycle Nov 13
advice for parents: teach your children about consent, even if you think they’re not going to have sexual relationships. Consent and boundaries are important regardless.
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Dia Nov 13
"Don't just listen to fix- listen to how they're feeling listen without answers victims are not sharing their story to be fixed" youth panelist on how DV service providers/trusted adults reactions to assault reports
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Idaho Coalition Nov 13
Thank you for including us, we are honored to be a part of this Youth Summit on culture and accessibility! So powerful to hear the youth voices during this opening session.
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Break the Cycle Nov 13
Claps & Snaps for our amazing it’s time to listen, youth know how they want us to show up. Thank you
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