Did you know that October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month?
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Domestic violence includes, but is not limited to, harassment, sexual abuse, stalking and menacing committed by a family member or intimate partner that have created a substantial risk of physical or emotional harm to a person or a person’s child. This behavior includes physical as well as emotional or sexual violence, physical and/ or psychological intimidation, verbal abuse, economic control, threats or injury. Learn more at https://hr.cornell.edu/wellbeing-perks/self-care/domestic-violence-resources .
Domestic violence myths and misconceptions: https://www.acesdv.org/domestic-violence-graphics/domestic-violence-myths-and-misconceptions/National Statistics on Domestic
National Coalition Against Domestic violence statistics: https://ncadv.org/statistics
Violence against Native American and Alaskans: https://www.futureswithoutviolence.org/userfiles/file/Violence%20Against%20AI%20AN%20Women%20Fact%20Sheet.pdf
Domestic violence and indigenous peoples: https://www.nyscadv.org/what-we-do/domestic-violence-indigenous-peoples.html
31 Facts of Domestic Violence and Latin X: https://enblog.nationallatinonetwork.org/31-facts-about-domestic-violence-in-latin-community/
Institute on Domestic Violence in the African American Community: https://vawnet.org/publisher/institute-domestic-violence-african-american-community-idvaac