When a friend or co-worker confides their story, how we respond matters.
We can no longer go on like this. Our strength is in our numbers, our collective voice and our shared history of resilience. We must remember that in November.
The very lives of women and girls—our safety at home, in school, in the workplace and on the streets—are at stake.
Kavanaugh’s record shows that he has a pattern of putting the concerns of corporations, the wealthy and the powerful over the interests of everyday people—with damaging consequences for women, workers, people of color and other vulnerable communities.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ so-called “expedited removal” policy is an effective death sentence for thousands of women and children—and advocates are fighting back.
New findings from the National Network to End Domestic Violence shed light on the profound need for an increase in funding for critical resources and services for survivors and families—and the lifesaving work that advocates perform every day.
In Russia, 40 percent of all violent crimes are committed by the victims’ family members, according to government statistics, with about 14,000 women killed each year—a rate of one woman every 40 minutes.
Thursday’s shooter had a long-standing feud with the paper he targeted—or, more specifically, had a long-standing issue with their coverage of his misogynistic and abusive behavior.
In the wake of a border crisis created by the Trump administration, Republicans in the House introduced two bills that would codify its immigration policies—and leave domestic violence survivors seeking asylum without recourse.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions and his mostly-male team characterized domestic violence as a “private” problem this week when reversing a policy that allowed DV survivors to seek asylum in the U.S. This matters.