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Intersections of Sexual Violence

Ask the Researcher: Sexual Abuse and Reproductive Health for Women of Color

Learn more about a six-year study from Black Women's Blueprint linking reproductive and sexual violence.

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This Land Is Not Our Own

We highlight three resources focusing on Native American culture in recognition of National Native American Heritage Month.

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A Reflection on the Past, A Hope for the Future

In celebration of LGBTQ History Month, this blog covers a few resources regarding the history of the LGBTQ community.

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American Journal of Preventive Medicine Releases Data on Rape-Related Pregnancy in the US

These talking points cover the key highlights from a 2018 study “Rape-Related Pregnancy and Association with Reproductive Coercion in the U.S.” that provides nationally representative inf...

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Voices from NSAC: Beyond the Breakthrough with dream hampton

On the last day of NSAC, award-winning filmmaker dream hampton took the stage.

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Voices from NSAC: Building Community Courage

Day two of the National Sexual Assault Conference continued today with a panel discussion about survivors with intellectual disabilities.

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Why our Community-Level Prevention Efforts Must be Inclusive

If we don't work with inclusive groups, we'll end up with unequal policies that may perpetuate the social norms we're trying to change.

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“We Can” Project: Incorporating Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Communities into Prevention

Learn how one program started providing prevention services for folks with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

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How North Carolina Prioritizes Diversity and Inclusion Across the State

We connected with two of our colleagues in North Carolina to learn more about how they prioritize diversity and inclusion.

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Celebrating Pride Though Film

We highlight a couple of fantastic films housed in our library collection in honor of Pride Month.

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