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Tag Archive for: gender-based violence

Deep Dive: Roots of Violence

What does the survivor need to feel safe again? What do accountability, justice, and healing mean to them?

Why the Legal System Is Not the Answer for Many Survivors: A Conversation With Nikki Engel

How can we prevent this kind of abuse from happening in the first place, instead of relying on a reactive response?

Red Flags: A Short Personal History of Domestic Abuse

What I wish I had recognized as red flags ... and how easy it is to be vulnerable to an abusive partner

When Violence Was Considered a Private Matter

Understanding the history of Minnesota's movement to transform responses to domestic violence — and how it needs adjustment today.

Intense Testimony for Hearing about Missing and Murdered Black Women and Girls (HF55)

HF55 passes Public Safety Finance and Policy committee

Summary: “The Bonobo Sisterhood”

How to revolutionize the way we handle gender-based violence

A Conversation with Diane Rosenfeld: What is the Bonobo Sisterhood?

We just have to come and answer the call to fend off the male. “Nobody pimps my sister. Everybody is my sister.”

For January 5 Event: Book Excerpts of “The Bonobo Sisterhood”

Join us January 5 for a discussion of the concept for addressing gender-based violence outlined in "The Bonobo Sisterhood"

What I Learned About Missing and Murdered Indigenous Relatives

My new documentary, “Bring Her Home,” is now available on Twin Cities Public Television (TPT).

Commentary: The V Spot

Replacing trauma, ghosts, gossip, and the politics of toxic masculinity with a warmer space of Vision and Values.

Sexual Violence Prevention = Housing Justice

Stable housing is vital for survivors of violence to heal and feel safe again.

Tag Archive for: gender-based violence