Report: What the New Poverty Data Tell Us About Addressing Domestic & Sexual Violence
by Sara Wee, MPH | September 29, 2017Download PDF Download PDF
A new report from CSAJ takes a snapshot of recently released poverty data from the U.S. Census Bureau, and asks: Why does the poverty data matter for domestic and sexual violence survivors? And what does it mean for our advocacy? A look and what this data says (and doesn’t say) can be a helpful tool in mapping our own community context and steering our advocacy efforts toward enhancing survivors’ economic security and equity.