Summer 2023 PreventIPV Newsletter: Economic Justice is Prevention

Thursday, 3 August 2023

"When people have what they need to thrive economically, the risk of both intimate partner perpetration and victimization is reduced." – Pay Equity and a Thriving Wage: All individuals deserve to be valued for their labor

Addressing longstanding patterns of racial and economic oppression is foundational to creating living conditions in which all families can thrive. By honoring the lived experiences of those most harmed, we can ensure our prevention work is truly intersectional and survivor-centered. This issue of the PreventIPV newsletter highlights resources for promoting economic justice as key to our intimate partner violence prevention efforts. Resources feature a particular focus on strategies to create thriving working conditions for Black women and gender expansive individuals, including pay equity, building values-driven workplace cultures, and more. 

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