October 3, 2022
The repeal of Roe v. Wade, among other events, have made 2022 catastrophic for women and pregnant people, leaving Black, Indigenous, People of Color, immigrant and impoverished women, trans and non-binary people to suffer at disproportionately high levels. As we enter Domestic Violence Awareness Month this October, reproductive freedom for survivors of gender-based and domestic violence remains at great risk. To learn more, check out this City & State op-ed written by The Collective, a group of culturally specific, gender justice organizations and organizers that work for immigrant and BIPOC survivors in New York City, including AAFSC’s President & CEO, Nancy Albilal.
OPINION: Domestic Violence Awareness Month arrives in the worst year for gender justice in recent U.S. history – City & State New York (cityandstateny.com)