Culturally Specific

Black Women, Rape, and Resistance—a New History of the Civil Rights Movement from Rosa Parks to the Rise of Black Power
November, 2018

From the earliest days of America to today, African American women have been at the forefront of movements against sexual violence and rape. The Dark End of the Street is an essential history of sexual violence and the Movement against it in the United States. This book places the Anti-Sexual Assault Movement within the Civil Rights and Abolitionist Movements and centers the work and victimization of African American women. This book is essential reading for those working in the current…

Advocacy, Training Tools, Anti-Oppression, African Americans
An Exploration of Abuse, Help Seeking and Why They Stay
January, 2000

Study that investigates the experiences of battered gay and bisexual men.

  1. Bisexual
  2. Crime
  3. Gay
  4. Male Violence
  5. Sexual Violence
  6. Rape
  7. Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgender Communities
  • Author: Merrill, Gregory
  • Publisher: Haworth Press, Inc, 2000.
With Tribal Communities
April, 2012

This issue of "Connections" focuses on advocacy with Tribal communities. The Department of Justice reports that Native Americans are two and one-half times more likely to experience sexual assault than all races in the United States combined. This is especially relevant in Washington, where the National Congress of American Indians lists 29 federally recognized Indian Tribes and one additional state-recognized Tribe. It is imperative for community sexual assault advocates to understand how…

Native Americans
January, 2013

In this webinar we will explore using the bystander approach of sexual violence prevention with marginalized communities. Participants will expand their knowledge of the LGBTQ community, learn the basic principles of bystander intervention, and finally, using the LGBTQ population as an example, will practice customizing bystander intervention programs to the populations we work with. Though most bystander intervention programs in existence are geared towards college or university students,…

LGBTQ, Bystanders
Native American—Indian Communities
January, 2008

Club Native is a candid and deeply moving look at the pain, confusion and frustration suffered by many First Nations people as they struggle for the most important right of all: the right to belong on the Mohawk reserve of Kahnawake.

  1. Native American—Indian Communities
  • Author: Deer, Tracy
  • Publisher: Women Make Movies, 2008
Native Americans, Anti-Oppression
The Vulnerability of Immigrant Farmworkers in the US to Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment
March, 2013

Sexual violence in agricultural farmworking occurs far too frequently due to the severe imbalance of power between employers and their immigrant workers. In addition to the personal trauma, survivors also encounter systematic barriers to reporting the abuse and holding the perpetrators accountable.

In this "Research & Advocacy Review," we examine a report from Human Rights Watch (HRW) about the sexual violence and harassment commonly experienced by farmworkers. We review the…

Immigrant & Refugee
Role of Criminal Justice System
January, 1998
  1. Native Women
  2. Native American/Indian Communities
  • Publisher: Cangleska, Inc, 1998.
Native Americans, Criminal Justice Process
January, 2006

Finding Dawn gets its title from Dawn Crey, one of the estimated 500 Canadian Native women who have gone missing or have been murdered in the last thirty years. Finding Dawn illustrates the deep historical, social and economic factors that contribute to the epidemic of violence against Indigenous women in this country. It goes further to present the ultimate message that stopping the violence is everyone's responsibility.

1 videodisc (73 min.) : sd., col ; 4 3/4 in

Native Americans
Re-learning Consent From Our ForeQueers
January, 2012

This workshop will explore how Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Pansexual, Transgender & Queer (LGBPTQ) communities have historically worked to build healthy sexual relationships by normalizing open, ongoing communication about safety, boundaries and consent. The workshop will discuss the past and current work done by individual communities within the broader Queer and Trans Community in order to create and maintain social norms that promote healthy and positive examples of sex and sexuality. The…

The Complete Guide to Sexual Wholeness
January, 2004

DVD Based on the best selling book The Survivors Guide to Sex. A revolutionary project mixing documentary style drama with education and mind/body exercises. The film follows a diverse cast of women and men healing from past sexual abuse.

  1. Therapy
  2. Treatment
  3. Sexual Identity
  4. Sexuality
  • Author: Haines, Staci
  • Publisher: S.I.R. Productions, 2004.
LGBTQ, Therapy

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