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The Institute on Domestic Violence in the African American Community (IDVAAC) is hosting a weekly Blog Talk radio show called IDVAACRadio.com. IDVAACRadio.com is a vehicle to discuss critical issues associated with domestic violence in the African American and African diaspora communities. It is a primary prevention and public education tool to inform African Americans across the United States about the problem, research and solution to understand issues related to domestic violence and approaches to reduce domestic violence. In the radio shows we will explore either traditional or innovative but also thoughtfully discussed experiences and perspectives of domestic violence among African Americans. Our shows will be hosted by three collaborators: 1) The Institute on Domestic Violence in the African American Community (IDVAAC) that is a national technical assistance and resource center on domestic violence among African Americans); the African American Domestic Peace Project (AADPP is a project developed by IDVAAC located in 15 cities across the United States; currently, 8 sites will host shows) and finally the Women of Color Network (WOCN: a national domestic violence and sexual assault technical assistance organization). IDVAACRadio.com is funded by a grant from the Administration for Children and Families, Family and Youth Services Bureau, US Department of Health and Human Services. The words and content of these programs are the responsibilities of the host and do not necessarily represent the official views of the U.S. Department of Human Services. Please visit www.IDVAACRadio.com for show information and other details.

On-Demand Episodes

Engaging Faith Community against Domestic Violence

Join hosts Alice Lynch and Sumayya Coleman and Research Commentator Shasme Jackson for our Part II discussion on gender identity and sexual orientation. We will talk to Phil Burse and Priscilla Hale about the dynamics of... more

This show will discuss the following: What does faith have to do with it? How do we engage the faith community (getting started)? What is the faith communities role in providing a coordinated community response? Training for Faith... more

Title: Knowing our History: Reflecting back on Tacoma's History of Trauma This episode will focus on the twelfth anniversary of the tragic murder of Crystal Judson Brame by her estranged husband, former Tacoma Police Chief David... more

Traumatic Losses due to domestic violence shatter the world. They are losses that make no sense. But how do we grieve it?

This session will discuss the importance of engaging and including men in the movement to end domestic violence. Join host Sherina James as she talks to community members about strategies to include Black men's voices in... more

Join hosts Alice Lynch and Sumayya Coleman and Research Commentator Shasme Jackson for our Part II discussion on gender identity and sexual orientation. We will talk to Phil Burse and Priscilla Hale about the dynamics of... more

Church has been a place where people go to Praise and Worship God and to bring all your pain and problems. What happens when domestic violence shows up? This show will focus on what churches are doing to assist women and their... more

During this segment, Dr. Patricia A. Davenport (Executive Director, Our House, Inc.) and Felecia Thomas (Healthy Relationship Director, Our House, Inc.) will have a candid conversation with Juanita Britton. The dialogue with Mrs.... more

This session will discuss the importance of engaging and including men in the movement to end domestic violence. Join host Sherina James as she talks to community members about strategies to include Black men's voices in... more

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