Women of Color and the Movement to End Domestic Violence in Georgia
Women of color have long recognized the impact of domestic violence on their emotional, mental, and physical health and financial stability. This impact has been detrimental to them as individuals and to communities of color as a whole. Their involvement in the movement to end domestic violence has been instrumental is identifying intersections between domestic violence, poverty, education, and racism. Addressing these intersections in totality has enabled the domestic violence movement in Georgia and nationally to address domestic violence as a social justice issue and to build collaborations that work towards a compassionate community for all.
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