Reinvesting in Economic Justice, Equity & Solidarity for Survivors in New York City
Between October 2021 and January 2022, a coalition of NYC-based direct advocates held a series of visioning calls with nearly 90 advocates and survivors on policy solutions that would create economic equity for survivors of gender-based violence in NYC. This resulted in a set of survivor-centered policy priorities and specific recommendations for NYC service institutions and policy-makers, specifically on the topics of coerced debt, housing, public benefits, and solidarity economy.
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- Aditi Bhattacharya, New York City Anti-Violence Project
- Mx. blair dorosh-walther, Safe Horizon
- Britt Reid, Anti-Violence Project (formerly), now in Private Practice
- Erika Sussman, Center for Survivor Agency & Justice
- Madeline Garcia Bigelow, Urban Justice Center’s Domestic Violence Project
- Marisa Menna, CAMBA Legal Services, Inc.
- Melissa Correa, Violence Intervention Program
- Michelle Cameo, Violence Intervention Program
- Naomi Young, Her Justice
- Sara Wee, Center for Survivor Agency & Justice
- Teal Inzunza, Urban Resource Institute
- a coalition of NYC advocates
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