New Curriculum Unit for Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Posted by Survived & Punished on October 1, 2018
New curricular resource from Survived and Punished, a national organizing project to end the criminalization of survivors of domestic and sexual violence.
This curriculum unit is intended to help activists, advocates, organizers and community members to learn more about the criminalization of domestic violence survivors. We hope that you will use it during this October’s domestic violence awareness month and beyond to raise consciousness and to encourage others to join the fight to end the criminalization of survival.
You can download the curriculum unit at no cost by completing a short survey. We invite people to host workshops, events, and teach ins during DV awareness month in October. We are releasing this content to that end.
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