Member Spotlight: TEWA Women United

As part of our series highlighting our network members, meet an organization making a difference in the lives of survivors.  In this conversation, we speak with TEWA Women United’s Executive Director, Corrine Sanchez. What brought you to the work of supporting survivors and sexual violence?  The reality of how many Native […]

Read more    

A call to action for culturally specific gender-based violence services for Indigenous Latin@s

Esperanza United (formerly Casa de Esperanza: National Latin@ Network), calls for equity in care and culturally responsive services for Indigenous Latin@ communities. This call to action examines the experiences of gender-based violence (GBV) among Indigenous Latin@s in the United States, the unique challenges in accessing care by Indigenous Latin@s, promising strategies […]

Read more