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Enhancing services and supports to older African American survivors

November 8, 2020 by NCALL Staff

White supremacy doctrine and structural oppressions are omnipresent within social institutions in the United States and they are replicated within our social systems, including in the movement to end domestic violence. These barriers impede the capacity of many mainstream victim services advocates and domestic violence programs to effectively support older African American survivors.

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Every Voice, Every Vote Matters

October 20, 2020 by NCALL Staff

This year, the United States is experiencing the convergence of two public health crises—COVID 19 and racism—and issues like health care and civil rights are both centered in our national dialogue and reflected in our choices on the ballot. Voting is one significant way individuals can express and shape what matters most to them.

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Now Streaming!

August 25, 2020 by NCALL Staff

In case you missed the August 20th webinar or simply want to watch it again, you can now stream it anytime! A text transcript is also available.

Older Victims of Crime Trainers and Educators Forum

Join NCALL for our first online forum chat!

August 20, 2020 by NCALL Staff

Join NCALL on August 27th for an online chat on the Older Victims of Crime Trainers and Educators Forum to discuss effective training and education in the age of COVID-19 and addressing the impact of systemic racism on older victims through effective training and education.

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How Right Now initiative

August 5, 2020 by NCALL Staff

NCALL is proud to support the How Right Now initiative, which is focused on sharing information and support to help people cope and be resilient through the COVID-19 pandemic.