The Impact of Crime on Historically Marginalized Communities

  • Whitney Parker
  • Ana Price

Advocates report running into brick walls in programs that want to focus solely on perpetrators of violence. The impact of racism and racial violence as additional barriers is often ignored. And this created “its own kind of oppression” for advocates from historically marginalized communities. The dynamic conversation will connect the dots between interpersonal, community, and state violence.


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Published on:
July 2, 2019
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Communities of Focus:
Deaf people, Girls and Women of Color, People with disabilities
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