6 KEY POINTS FOR ANTI-RACISM WORK (AND WHY IT CONNECTS TO SEXUAL AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PREVENTION), posted by Ashley Maier, Blog, PreventConnect, Sacramento, CA: August 6, 2014.
ABUSE IN THE LAND OF PROMISE; FOR IMMIGRANT WOMEN CAUGHT IN VIOLENT RELATIONSHIPS, ESCAPE IS ESPECIALLY DIFFICULT, Sandhya Somashekhar, The Washington Post, Washington, DC: October 6, 2005. Copyright © 2005 The Washington Post.
ABUSED MUSLIM WOMEN IN U.S. GAIN ADVOCATES, Neil MacFarquhar, The New York Times, New York, NY: January 6, 2008. Copyright © 2008 The New York Times Company.
ABUSIVE INTERNATIONAL MARRIAGES ~ HMONG ADVOCATES ORGANIZING IN WISCONSIN, Chic Dabby-Chinoy, Asian & Pacific Islander Institute on Domestic Violence, in partnership with Wisconsin Refugee Family Strengthening Project, 2012.
ASIAN PACIFIC WOMEN FIND NEW REFUGES FROM ABUSE, Pamela Burke, Women’s eNews, March 9, 2006. Copyright © 2006 Women’s eNews.
BATTERED WOMEN INVOLVED WITH CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES: LEARNING FROM IMMIGRANT, REFUGEE AND INDIGENOUS WOMEN'S EXPERIENCES, V. Pualani Enos, Asian & Pacific Islander Institute on Domestic Violence, National Network to End Violence Against Immigrant Women, Institute on Race and Justice at Northeastern University and Futures Without Violence, July 2003; revised 2010.
BIBLIOGRAPHIC REFERENCES FOR MULTICULTURAL PERSPECTIVES ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN THE U.S., (update #7), Natalie J. Sokoloff, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, NY: March 2005. Copyright © 2005 Natalie J. Sokoloff.
CASA DE ESPERANZA: MOBILIZING LATINAS AND LATINO COMMUNITIES TO END DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, Building Comprehensive Solutions to Domestic Violence (volume 7, number 1), National Resource Center on Domestic Violence, Harrisburg, PA: February 2006. See Casa de Esperanza.
The Community Engagement Continuum: Outreach, Mobilization, Organizing and Accountability to Address Violence Against Women in Asian and Pacific Islander Communities, Mimi Kim, Asian & Pacific Islander Institute on Domestic Violence, San Francisco, CA: March 2005.
COMMUNITY INSIGHTS ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AMONG AFRICAN-AMERICANS: CONVERSATIONS ABOUT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND OTHER ISSUES AFFECTING THEIR COMMUNITY San Francisco / Oakland, CA, Oliver J. Williams and Carolyn Y. Tubbs, Institute on Domestic Violence in The African American Community, St. Paul, MN: 2002.
COMMUNITY RESPONSE AND NEEDS OF AFRICAN AMERICAN FEMALE SURVIVORS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE (abstract), Tameka L. Gillum, Journal of Interpersonal Violence (volume 23 , pages 39-57), Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA: 2008. Copyright © 2008 Sage.
CONVERSATIONS WITH MOTHERS OF COLOR WHO HAVE EXPERIENCED DOMESTIC VIOLENCE REGARDING WORKING WITH MEN TO END DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, Angela Autry, Lonna Davis, Kelly Mitchell-Clark and Gabrie'l Atchison, Futures Without Violence, San Francisco, CA: January 2003. See synopsis written by Rus Ervin Funk, Louisville, KY.
CULTURAL COMPETENCE, DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION INITIATIVE, Community Action Network, Austin, TX. Copyright © 2013 CAN.
CULTURE AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE BIBLIOGRAPHY, compiled by Jacquelyn Coughlan. Copyright © January 2006 Jacquelyn Coughlan.
CULTURALLY-RELEVANT RESPONSES TO DOMESTIC
ASHA FAMILY SERVICES, INC., Antonia A. Vann, National Resource Center on Domestic Violence, Harrisburg, PA: June 2003.
DIRECTORY OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROGRAMS SERVING ASIANS, NATIVE HAWAIIANS AND PACIFIC ISLANDERS, Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum, San Francisco, CA.
ENGAGING CULTURE IN DOMESTIC AND SEXUAL VIOLENCE CASES (slide presentation), Sujata Warrier, New York State Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence, New York, NY. Copyright © Sujata Warrier.
A FAMILY LAWYER'S GUIDE TO EFFECTIVELY ENGAGING CASES OF EMOTIONALLY ABUSED MUSLIM ARAB IMMIGRANT WOMEN, Zahra Elkassabgi, Austin, TX: May 3, 2009.
FIGHTING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ~ NEW BOOK IS A STUDY OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN A CROSS-CULTURAL CONTEXT, Muslim Community Center for Human Services, Arlington, TX: October 1, 2009.
FORGING NEW COLLABORATIONS BETWEEN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROGRAMS, CHILD WELFARE SERVICES AND COMMUNITIES OF COLOR, Nita Carter, Women of Color Network and National Resource Center on Domestic Violence, Harrisburg, PA: 2003.
THE HISTORY OF RACISM AND PSYCHOSIS (video), Louis Reyes Rivera, Students United for a Free CUNY, March 1, 2012.
Innovative Strategies to Address Domestic Violence in Asian and Pacific Islander Communities: Examining Themes, Models and Interventions, Mimi Kim, Asian & Pacific Islander Institute on Domestic Violence, San Francisco, CA: July 2002, revised February 2010.
INTERPRETERS JUST A CALL AWAY ON NEW POLICE CELL PHONES, Kelli Esters, Ledger-Enquirer, Columbus, GA: March 4, 2005. Copyright © 2005 Ledger-Enquirer and Wire Service Sources.
INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE IN THE AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY (fact sheet), Institute on Domestic Violence In The African American Community, St. Paul, MN.
it's the law –- Meaningful Access through Appropriate Interpreters – It’s the Constitutional Right of Limited English-Speakers (English and Español), Women’s Justice Center, Santa Rosa, CA. Copyright © 2000 Marie De Santis, Women’s Justice Center.
JEWISH PERSPECTIVES IN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, Toby Myers, Houston, TX: 2009.
LATINOS & DV CROSSWORD PUZZLE (English and Español), Alianza, Albuquerque, NM: 2009.
LIFECOURSE EXPERIENCES OF INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE AND HELP-SEEKING AMONG FILIPINA, INDIAN, AND PAKISTANI WOMEN: IMPLICATIONS FOR JUSTICE SYSTEM RESPONSES, Mieko Yoshihama, Deborah Bybee, Chic Dabby and Juliane Blazevski, October 2011.
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC DETERMINED WHAT AMERICANS WILL LOOK LIKE IN 2050, AND IT'S BEAUTIFUL, Zak Cheney-Rice, Mic, New York, NY: April 10, 2014. Copyright © 2014 Mic Network Inc.
OVERCOMING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: ARAB WOMEN DISCUSS THEIR EXPERIENCES, Natasha Dado, The Arab American News, October 21, 2011. Copyright © 2011 The Arab American News.
PROGRESS 2050 ~ NEW IDEAS FOR A DIVERSE AMERICA, Vanessa Cárdenas, Julie Ajinkya and Daniella Gibbs Léger, Center for American Progress, Washington, DC: 2011. Copyright © 2011 Center for American Progress.
RAPE, RACISM AND VICTIM ADVOCACY, Lisa M. Calderón, The Black Commentator, Jenkintown, PA: July 8, 2004. Copyright © 2002-2004 www.BlackCommentator.com.
Reducing language barriers to combating domestic violence: the requirements of Title VI, Carolyn Ham, Battered Women’s Justice Project, Minneapolis, MN.
SHALVA SERVES THE ABUSED IN AREA'S JEWISH COMMUNITY, Matt Wilhalme, Chicago Sun-Times, Chicago, IL: April
21, 2011. Copyright © 2011 Sun-Times Media.
THE STATE OF WOMEN OF COLOR IN THE UNITED STATES, Farah Ahmad and Sarah Iverson, Center for American Progress, Washington, DC: October 2013. Copyright © 2013 Center for American Progress.
STUDY DOCUMENTS DOMESTIC VIOLENCE BY RACE, INCOME, Black Issues in Higher Education, Fairfax, VA: May 8, 2003.
What is It About the Walls? A Report on the Domestic Violence Services African American Women Receive in the Lincoln, Nebraska Area, Family Violence Council, Lincoln, NE: October 2003.
WhERE DID THE MOVEMENT GO?, Blog, National Latin@ Network, St. Paul, MN: November 13, 2013.
WHITE PRIVILEGE, EXPLAINED IN ONE SIMPLE COMIC, Jamie Kapp, Everyday Feminism, September 21, 2014. Copyright © 2014 Everyday Feminism. See related article, "This Teenage Artist was Bullied Off of Tumblr After Making a Webcomic about White Privilege."
Women of Color NetworK BROCHURE, Women of Color Network, Harrisburg, PA.
WOMEN OF COLOR SEEN AS ALWAYS SEXUALLY AVAILABLE, Jaclyn Friedman, Women's eNews, New York, NY: October 30, 2011. Copyright © 2011 Women's eNews.