37 min

Full Conversation- Domestic Violence Survivor & Homeless Too? A CA Cohort Shows What Can Be Done Laura Flanders and Friends

    • Society & Culture

While our weekly shows are edited to time for broadcast, we offer to our members and podcast subscribers the full uncut conversation. The following is from our episode Domestic Violence Survivor & Homeless Too? A CA Cohort Shows What Can Be Done. This July VOCA (the federal Victims of Crimes Act) which funds services for people who find themselves homeless due to domestic violence is slated to lose 45% of its funding. In this episode we address what can be done. For this, Laura is joined by two survivors of domestic violence-related homelessness, who are now policy advocates. Teniecka Drake is with Rainbow Services and Yenni Rivera Martinez, with the California Partnership to End Domestic Violence. Also joining us is Krista Colon, Senior Director of Public Policy & Communications Strategies for the California Partnership to End Domestic Violence. These audio exclusives are made possible thanks to our member supporters. Please consider becoming a monthly supporter for a few dollars a month… go to https://Patreon.com/LauraFlandersandFriends

JUNE 17TH 7PM - VIRTUAL EVENT WITH LAURA FLANDERS AND GUEST JOSH PAUL, FORMER STATE DEPT OFFICIAL
Donate today and you’ll receive an invitation to an exclusive, insider briefing with Josh Paul, the state department official who resigned last fall in protest of escalating U.S. arms sales to Israel, and has been advocating for change ever since. If you’re already a donor, check your email inbox for your invitation. If you’re not a donor, there’s still time to chip in and join us.

While our weekly shows are edited to time for broadcast, we offer to our members and podcast subscribers the full uncut conversation. The following is from our episode Domestic Violence Survivor & Homeless Too? A CA Cohort Shows What Can Be Done. This July VOCA (the federal Victims of Crimes Act) which funds services for people who find themselves homeless due to domestic violence is slated to lose 45% of its funding. In this episode we address what can be done. For this, Laura is joined by two survivors of domestic violence-related homelessness, who are now policy advocates. Teniecka Drake is with Rainbow Services and Yenni Rivera Martinez, with the California Partnership to End Domestic Violence. Also joining us is Krista Colon, Senior Director of Public Policy & Communications Strategies for the California Partnership to End Domestic Violence. These audio exclusives are made possible thanks to our member supporters. Please consider becoming a monthly supporter for a few dollars a month… go to https://Patreon.com/LauraFlandersandFriends

JUNE 17TH 7PM - VIRTUAL EVENT WITH LAURA FLANDERS AND GUEST JOSH PAUL, FORMER STATE DEPT OFFICIAL
Donate today and you’ll receive an invitation to an exclusive, insider briefing with Josh Paul, the state department official who resigned last fall in protest of escalating U.S. arms sales to Israel, and has been advocating for change ever since. If you’re already a donor, check your email inbox for your invitation. If you’re not a donor, there’s still time to chip in and join us.

37 min

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