In this episode, we explore initiatives spearheaded by Dr. Rebecca Campbell, her team of researchers, and local agencies.
In this episode, we summarize an evaluation study and recommendations based on the victim notification protocols created by the community taskforce.
This web-article discusses alcohol withdrawal syndrome, including the distinction from a hangover, signs and causes, and which therapy modalities can be effective in its treatment.
In this episode, Dr. Buchanan tackles some frequently asked questions about intersectionality, and dives into a few real-life examples of intersectionality theory in practice.
In this episode, learn about incorporating and incentivizing system-wide changes that promote intersectional advocacy at the organizational level.
In this episode, learn about individuals who may become “invisible” if we are not aware of their unique intersections, and the specific needs their identities demand.
In this episode of Paper to Practice, learn the history of intersectionality, explore the way that systems of oppression operate, and understand the importance of social justice for intersectional practice.
In this epsidoe, we explore three questions advocates can ask to make sure they are being intersectional in their work.
In this episode of Paper to Practice, we talk with Dr. Sara McGirr about her research as well as what reproductive coercion is, who experiences it, and how advocates can support survivors.
This Paper to Practice episode offers a brief history on research related to reproductive coercion.