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2909, 2022

16 Tribes Selected to Enhance Tribal Access to National Crime Information Databases

September 29th, 2022|Announcements & Funding Opportunities, Native Communities, News, Tribes|

The Department of Justice has selected an additional 16 federally recognized Tribes to participate in the continued expansion of the Tribal Access Program for National Crime Information (TAP), a program that provides Tribal governments with means to access, enter and exchange data with national crime information systems, including those maintained by the FBI Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Division. The program provides training as well as software and biometric/biographic kiosk workstations [...]

2909, 2022

Acting Director Allison Randall (OVW) Remarks at 17th Annual Violence Against Women Tribal Consultation

September 29th, 2022|Announcements & Funding Opportunities, Domestic Violence, Native Communities, News, Sexual Assault, Tribes|

Anchorage, AK ~ Wednesday, September 21, 2022: "Good morning everyone. Welcome to both our virtual and in-person participants to the 17th Annual Government-to-Government Violence Against Women Tribal Consultation — our first in-person consultation since 2019. We are profoundly grateful to be here with the largest group of participants in our history of consultation. I would like to thank Elizabeth Sonnyboy for the beautiful traditional prayer and blessing.It is so wonderful [...]

2909, 2022

Justice Department Announces More Than $246 Million in Grants for Tribal Nations

September 29th, 2022|Announcements & Funding Opportunities, Domestic Violence, Native Communities, News, Sexual Assault, Tribes|

September 21, 2022: The Justice Department announced that it will award more than $246 million in grants to American Indian and Alaska Native communities to improve public safety and serve crime victims. The announcement coincides with the 17th Annual Government-to-Government Violence Against Women Tribal Consultation, Sept. 21st to 23rd in Anchorage, Alaska. “Each year, this event serves as a necessary reminder of the violence perpetrated against women in Tribal communities [...]

1309, 2022

The night the greyhounds came

September 13th, 2022|Announcements & Funding Opportunities, Native Communities, News, Tribes|

In northern Arizona and southern Utah, shared experiences of the boarding school round-ups live with survivors to this day. By By Alastair Lee Bitsóí, High Country News. They told Willie Grayeyes (Diné) to sleep in his clothes — to not even take off his black shoes. At any moment, the Tuba City Boarding School staff members said, the 7-year-old would be called upon. Not knowing what that meant, he obeyed, [...]

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311, 2020

Systems Advocacy: Creating Safe, Respectful & Effective Responses Part 2

November 3rd, 2020|Domestic Violence, Intervention, Native Communities|

  “It was about six months after my children and I finally got a house in tribal housing. I was struggling to get to work, take care of the kids and keep the car working. I needed my ex to watch the children a couple days a week so I could work. I trusted him to take good care of them for that amount of time. One day I drove [...]

2710, 2020

Systems Advocacy: Creating Safe, Respectful & Effective Responses

October 27th, 2020|Domestic Violence, Intervention, Native Communities|

  “I spent 4 days in jail for an unpaid traffic ticket. My boyfriend beat me up and I called the cops. He was gone by the time they got to my house. But they ran my name and arrested me…” “It was such a struggle - I needed to get a protection order against my husband. Took time off from work, got a ride from a friend…embarrassing, depressing. I [...]

1504, 2020

COVID19: Coping with Anxiety

April 15th, 2020|Coronavirus, COVID-19, Domestic Violence, Education, Intervention, Self Care|

  As we continue journeying through the uncharted waters of the coronavirus pandemic, there are likely many “shoulds” and “coulds” that come into our minds in any given moment. All too often, those “shoulds” encourage us to reach outside of ourselves and find solutions to ease the discomfort. Like many things, reaching outside of ourselves is not our natural response, but rather a learned, conditioned response. We have been conditioned [...]

2603, 2020

COVID19: Triggers and Isolation

March 26th, 2020|Coronavirus, COVID-19, Domestic Violence, Education, Intervention, Native Communities|

  Due to the current COVID19 health pandemic and having to self-isolate and implement social distancing, many of us are feeling triggered by past wounds or have out of control anxiety about “What If” and “What Now”. Social Media at its best is not helpful when we think about panic and anxiety and how all the worse case scenarios are constantly in our faces and on our minds. If you [...]

2103, 2017

Domestic Violence: Collusion & Coercion

March 21st, 2017|Domestic Violence|

"Robert and I have known each other since grade school; we've been together for about four years and have two children - Amy is 2 years old and Jason is 3 months. We’ve had arguments and fights and separated a couple of times. Robert’s family has interfered from time to time, always taking his side. He’s hit me and pushed me and caused me to fall and break an arm. [...]

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