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rachelblake Jun 7
Finishing up Policy Surveillance Summer Institute. Leaving with a lot of energy and ideas for how to expand on our in LIHTC work.
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NashvilleSass Jun 6
The advocate for my case at one point looked at me and said ‘none of this is going to help you stay alive, it’s to make the murder conviction easier’. Using is how I navigated the shit show known as stalking laws.
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Wilfred Norris 9h
Tell the U.S. Senate to defend women and reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act of 2019!
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Brandon Shuler, PhD Jun 10
wish this were the case, Heath, but maybe the Conservative movement, which has been in idle for a couple of decades now, should promote initiatives that consider women like say supporting their right 2 choose or something more revolutionary like senate passing the reauth
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Cordelia Bookgal Jun 11
Apparently "didn't seem to do anything." Would love to hear survivors about this. It's fascinating to the once sacred get slaughtered. When you need to justify condemning a person who has done something positive, you turn it into a negative.
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Samantha Z. Koch Jun 13
Powerful piece from : "The campus safety net wasn’t designed to detect the full spectrum of intimate-partner violence. McCluskey’s death served as painful proof." Amendments to enacted to help, but work remains. cc:
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Porchlight Counseling Services Jun 13
"1 in 3 -That’s how many Native American women have been raped or experienced an attempted rape, according to the Justice Department, more than twice the national average."
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Indianapolis NOW Jun 13
2 of our members wrote asking him to commit to reauthorizing , and he gave both of them the same response. committed to voting YES. What’s stopping ? can help you ask exactly that right from Twitter.
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Catherine O Jun 13
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Oregon Coalition 24h
Federal funding helps support housing and services for survivors in Oregon. Our Members of Congress need to hear about the difference this funding makes - and the gaps that still exist. That's why we're in DC for 's Advocacy Day
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Tedra Cobb for Congress 9h
.’s vote against is irresponsible and cruel. Women and families will be less safe. There is no excuse.
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Gary Kirkman Jun 13
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Rep. Steven Horsford Jun 13
As a strong supporter of , I want to thank for their hard work in Nevada to help survivors of domestic and sexual violence. I
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JB Jun 13
Taking time to meet with ‘s staff to encourage him to bring and to a vote. show up
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E&A Team, Inc. Jun 13
is participating on a panel today at the Annual Conference discussing Compliance with a Focus on Fair Housing!
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Untying the Knot Jun 13
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wscadv Jun 13
Tamaso and Summer are in DC talking to lawmakers about this week with . What do you want lawmakers to know about violence?
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RICADV Jun 12
Our Executive Director, Tonya Harris and Board President Janet Marcantonio, with Blackstone Valley Advocacy Center Executive Director, Toni Gomes and Congressman Thanks to the entire Rhode Island congressional delegation for your commitment to ending DV.
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Congresswoman Lori Trahan Jun 12
I was thankful for the opportunity to meet with Debra and Maureen from Inc. to learn more about the state of sexual and domestic abuse programs in MA, and discuss my support for some of their priorities like and other legislation.
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RICADV Jun 12
Our Executive Director, Tonya Harris, Board President Janet Marcantonio, BVAC Executive Director, Toni Gomes with Capitol Hill in DC to advocate for and increased services for victims. Thanks to for your commitment to .
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