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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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"Black women were most likely to die by homicide of any kind, at 4.4 deaths per 100,000 people, followed by Native American women, Hispanics, and finally whites and Asians. Data from earlier reports suggest a far smaller percentage of men—around 5 to 7 percent—were killed by intimate partners." 

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This October, Allstate will partner with over 250 nonprofit organizations for its annual Purple Purse Challenge. This fundraising challenge is aimed to assist organizations in providing financial empowerment services to survivors.
#assets4all 

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"The research on the connection between domestic violence and guns is unambiguous: Firearms make domestic violence situations more deadly." 

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“Escaping domestic violence is already difficult for immigrant survivors,” said NNEDV's Kim Gandy. “The current environment makes it even more frightening for victims to come forward and seek help.”

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#WorldPopulationDay recognizes that access to safe, voluntary family planning is a human right. And yet, violence against women and girls takes many forms, including reproductive abuse and reproductive coercion. 

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To us, #TechSafetyMeans...
• Supporting survivors at the local level.
• Making connections and serving survivors through strong statewide networks.
• Advocating for privacy and digital safety at the national level in government, with tech companies, and other allied agencies.
• Ensuring survivors know how to safeguard their privacy and maintain safety on all their devices.
• Creating communities where perpetrators cannot use technology to their advantage.
• Advocating for change that benefits all survivors!

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The Better Care Reconciliation Act introduced on June 22, would gut federal protections for individuals with pre-existing conditions (forcing victims to suffer because injuries from their abuse are treated as such) and limit Medicaid. Rolling back access for victims is unacceptable. Health care is a vital part of a survivor's safety and recovery. Join us in urging the Senate to keep the current health care law, the Affordable Care Act (ACA), and protect healthcare for survivors. #BeAVoice

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"According to WomensLaw.org, financial abuse happens when people are forced to do things like check in with every spending choice, or receive an 'allowance...'" 
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