October 18, 2017

We Need You to Act NOW!

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Category: Advocacy, Gender-Based Violence

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  We need you to act NOW! We have an unprecedented opportunity to secure a significant increase of funding for survivors of sexual and domestic violence in the City of Seattle, but we only have until 3:00 PM tomorrow (Thursday 10/19) to keep these proposals alive! CALL SEATTLE CITY COUNCILMEMBERS NOW!! If you live in, work in, and/or provide services to […]

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October 17, 2017

Statement on the Veterans, Seniors, and Human Services Levy

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Category: Advocacy, Gender-Based Violence

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This November, King County residents will have the opportunity to vote on an expanded version of the levy that supports programs and services for veterans, seniors, and survivors of domestic & sexual violence. The Coalition Ending Gender-Based Violence endorses the Yes on Prop 1 initiative to pass the King County Veterans, Seniors, and Human Services […]

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September 13, 2017

For Immediate Release: KCSARC & CEGV Respond to Murray Resignation

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Category: Gender-Based Violence

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September 13, 2017 — FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contacts: Mary Ellen Stone, Executive Director King County Sexual Assault Resource Center (425) 282-0354 – mstone@kcsarc.org Merril Cousin, Executive Director Coalition Ending Gender-Based Violence (206) 568-5454 – merril@endgv.org KCSARC and CEGV Respond to Murray Resignation RENTON and SEATTLE, Washington – King County Sexual Assault Resource Center (KCSARC) and […]

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July 26, 2017

From the Archives: What is Transformative Justice and Community Accountability (TJ/CA)?

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Category: Equity, Gender-Based Violence

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  **This post originally appeared in a Coalition 2014 eNewsletter, and was updated by the author July, 2017.**   Kiyomi Fujikawa is a Seattle-based, trans-feminine, mixed-race organizer who has been involved in the anti-violence movement since 2001. She worked as the Queer Network Program Coordinator at API Chaya until 2016.  Community Accountability and Transformative Justice are […]

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June 22, 2017

Charleena Lyles Should Be Alive

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Category: Advocacy, Equity, Gender-Based Violence

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June 22, 2017 For immediate release In this moment, we send our deepest condolences to Charleena’s family and write to lift up her humanity. To our community of advocates, and others working to support survivors of violence: we see you and we are committed to supporting you. Charleena Lyles should be alive, not dead. But […]

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