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I noticed an increase in discussion about whether restorative justice could be an appropriate response to gender-based violence, including sexual assault and intimate partner violence.
We want our families to stay together — we just want the domestic violence to go away. Currently the system makes us choose between one or the other.
They say if you have a secret, you should tell it to a willow.
One of the stories we are following in this COVID-19 world is how women and children are finding safety in homes when sheltering in place includes domestic abuse.
I worked my way from a too-young, abusive marriage to college as a single mom, then focused feverishly on my
Nearly 150 women gathered on December 5, 2019, in celebration of five special honorees who were recognized by Minnesota Women’s
It’s all socially constructed, so you have equal amounts of compassion for the person who’s being battered and the person who’s battering. You’ll never end oppression with oppression.
I come from a long line of shotgun weddings. My maternal grandma fell for my delinquent and scrappy grandpa and found
TRIGGER WARNING: stories of abuse and assault Teresa Vining: From Abuse to Advocacy Eleven was the turning point in my
More than half of Native women have been sexually assaulted, including over a third who have been raped — a rate
Terms and definitions of gender-based abusive behavior