“In this compelling series of webinar, we take a close look at the civil rights and social justice issues that African Americans are still facing 53 years after the peak of the Civil Rights Movement. The impressive panels and experts will examine a range of issues from environmental justice to economic equity, COVID-19 testing and vaccine distribution to racial disparities and criminal justice.”
“In this video series we hear from three advocates on how COVID-19 has impacted their work, why they are essential workers, and why the work of serving those experiencing violence within their respective communities is essential.”
“In preparation for April 2021, we are pleased to announce the online release of the National Crime Victims’ Rights Week color palette and Theme Poster.”
“…Although many self-care activities like art and journaling are described to be completed in isolation, we can see they are taught, learned and practiced in community. Our care doesn’t stop with just ourselves, and we must recognize how we receive and give care to and from our community. These practices are vital to our survival and radical existence.”
This document reviews the Full Faith and Credit Provision of the Violence Against Women
Act and provides definitions.
“In this video, learn how the Tribal Financial Management Center supports tribal grantees in successfully managing the financial aspects and reporting requirements of their Office for Victims of Crime awards.”