Take Action by December 10th! To end abuse and create thriving communities, families must feel safe seeking help to access food, health care, and housing. The proposed federal “Public Charge” rule is a threat to immigrant survivors of domestic and sexual violence and their communities. Please join WSCADV and anti-violence advocates around the country in speaking […]
At the Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence (WSCADV), we are working every day to create a world where all people can live and love freely without fear. The current erosion of immigrant protections, rights, and dignity is in direct conflict with our mission, Principles of Unity, and Theory of Change. All families should be […]
We believe that our efforts to end domestic violence must be grounded in a strong resolve for building laws and communities that welcome and respect immigrants, center the lived experiences of immigrants and survivors, and integrate immigrants into the fabric of our society. This means choosing inclusion, choosing compassion, and centering approaches and solutions that choose […]
WSCADV joins the National Task Force to End Sexual and Domestic Violence (NTF) to oppose the recent arrest and detention of the immigrant transgender domestic violence survivor who was seeking a protection order from her abusive partner in El Paso, Texas.
Crossing Borders advocates had the unique opportunity to share stories and learn from Líderes Campesinas. Líderes Campesinas has been working on elevating immigrant farmworker women issues, as well as building shared leadership amongst immigrant farmworker women to affect change in their communities. For more information, go to: liderescampesinas.org. *** Las intercesoras de Crossing Borders tuvieron […]
NEW! The Enlace Project: Practice Guidelines for Working With Latin@ Pregnant and Parenting Survivors: An Integrated Approach to Intimate Partner Violence and Reproductive & Sexual Coercion. WSCADV and WCSAP joined with bilingual bicultural Spanish speaking dv/sa advocates and healthcare staff in rural central and eastern Washington to create NEW guidelines to build upon the skills […]