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What is Rainbow-Washing and Is My Team Doing it?

Nicole Colvin

Coordinator of Community Responses

We are in the midst of June. We might be posting about Pride and tabling at our local Pride events. It’s the perfect time to talk about what rainbow-washing is and think about what it means in our teams.  Rainbow-washing…

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The State of Prevention: Tools to Address School-Based Programming Barriers

Sarah Ferrato

Sexual Violence Prevention & Public Health Initiatives Coordinator

The State of Prevention Anti-oppression work is primary prevention work. From the beginning of the sexual violence prevention movement, antiracist and abolitionist advocates have led the way forward. Our public health frameworks that connect our relationships, our systems, and our…

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A Letter to Survivors from YWCA of Northwest Ohio

YWCA of Northwest Ohio

Dear Community, Greetings and welcome to a New Year. At the YWCA of Northwest Ohio, we take the beginning of every year to reflect on the previous year and ask ourselves how have we served in ways that we are…

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Engaging Men: What It Is and What It Can Be

Jayvon Howard

Engaging Men Coordinator

What do you think of when you hear ‘engaging men’ work? What type of men are you thinking of when we saying engaging men? Are we engaging men in violence prevention, or as survivors of sexual violence? What are these…

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Thirsty Thursday Blog: Networking in a Virtual World

Nicole Colvin

Coordinator of Community Responses

In the past two years, the ways that we interact have changed drastically. Pre-pandemic, we had robust opportunities to network: tabling events, attending each other’s fundraisers, dropping by community partners’ offices, and in-person meetings filled with the possibility of catching…

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Celebrate Indigenous People’s Day on October 11th

Domestic violence and intimate partner violence occurs in all communities. However, various causes can affect the level, intensity, and prevalence of violence. A study by the National Institute of Justice indicates that American Indian and Alaska Native women and men…

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