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COVID-19 is magnifying the legitimacy crisis in the public health system. Join health and safety experts to discuss the historical and present harms that communities of color disproportionately suffer, and what medical authorities could do to respond. https://t.co/dW1ilvSvDb
FACTCHECK: Facebook post shared almost 9,000 times says a sheriff’s department is warning of criminal gangs are using children to lure women for rape. The post is a known hoax, and NNSC's David Kennedy said, “this is just not how gangs behave” https://t.co/Cv8gAHU4F4
Register for a panel on ways to understand and acknowledge the roots of mistrust, opportunities for building greater trust and legitimacy — including more equitable public health outcomes — for our nation’s most impacted people during COVID-19. https://t.co/dW1ilwa71L
Police-community Reconciliation addresses the distrust between law enforcement and survivors of intimate partner violence. Reconciliation acknowledges past harms, creates meaningful changes in practice and policy, increases legitimacy, and gives survivors a seat at the table.
We wear denim today to stand with survivors of rape and sexual assault. All survivors deserve to be heard, believed, and treated with respect #DenimDay #SAAM
There is real value in exploring how a focused deterrence approach could help in preventing women from experiencing #DomesticViolence repeat victimisation in Australia. This video is worth watching. https://t.co/3sYik13Ob1
Thank you to everyone who joined us for last week’s panel on IPV and COIVD-19 - in case you missed it, access the recording here: https://t.co/RBJQlmJuw8
The NNSC knows that not everyone is #saferathome . Join us TODAY at 12pm EST for a virtual conversation with @EBRDA, @ruthmglenn, @NYSPublicSafety, and @Chicago_Police to discuss intimate partner violence during a pandemic. Register here: https://t.co/EqW0HxIDen
Cities across the country are seeing increased levels of domestic violence. Join us Monday at 12pm EST for a virtual conversation on IPV and law enforcement response during the era of COVID-19 – https://t.co/EqW0HxIDen
"Reconciliation" is a process by which law enforcement could choose to engage with Black history, not just in February of every year—but on every single working day.