Sexual violence is often viewed as a stand-alone problem in our society, but we know that the work of preventing it is inseparable from all forms of equity work. Mo Lewis, the Prevention Specialist at the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) explains why sexual violence prevention must change larger systems that continue to perpetuate oppression in all forms.
The African American Policy Forum’s “Under the Blacklight” podcast series
Black Women’s Blueprint
CDC’s Connections Selector Tool
NSVRC “Risk & Protective Factor” infographic
NSVRC “Sexual Violence and Oppression” infographic
NSVRC’s COVID & Health Equity podcast series
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If you or a loved one have experienced sexual assault or abuse, you are not alone; there are resources to support you in your healing process. Visit http://RAINN.org to find support near you.
Intro & Outro Music: “Blue Skies” by Silent Partner