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National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV)
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Dedicated to creating a social, political and economic environment in which violence against women no longer exists.
Dedicated to creating a social, political and economic environment in which violence against women no longer exists.

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For #teenDVmonth, we asked: “What would you say to your teenage self about what you wish you knew then about healthy relationships, advocacy, and empowerment?”
Here's one such response. #TransIsBeautiful

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For #teenDVmonth, we asked our staff: “What would you say to your teenage self about what you wish you knew then about healthy relationships, advocacy, and empowerment?” Here's one such response. 🌹


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Bravo, Google! This new tool has the potential to help curb online harassment. #techsafety

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Another image on the HelloSpy website includes a woman, with her face cut and bruised. "It's repulsive, it's misogynistic, it's gross," NNEDV's Cindy Southworth added.
#TechSafety

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We celebrated Presidents’ Day by honoring Shirley Chisholm, former Congresswoman and the first Black woman to run for a major political party’s Presidential nomination. We encourage all Members of Congress to follow in her footsteps by fighting for justice and for services that keep victims and their families safe.
#BHM

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Threatening undocumented victims with deportation, or telling them that they can’t get help without being deported, is a “really classic abuse tactic,” NNEDV's McLaughlin said. “If what [survivors have] been hearing from their perpetrator is then [what] they see come to fruition via another survivor, I think it makes them much less likely to seek help and assistance in the future.”

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Today is the FINAL DAY to register for #EJSummit17!

Don't miss out!

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“Today, ICE officers in El Paso confirmed our worst fears about the administration’s increased and aggressive tactics against immigrants – that survivors of violence will be further silenced and harmed,” said Kim Gandy, NNEDV President and CEO.

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“I just don’t understand the logic in arresting someone being abused.” 

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Deadline extended! Register NOW for #EJSummit17.
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