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    Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence is a Men’s Issue

    Rape and sexual assault, sexual harassment, street harassment, stalking…

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Shop Local to Stop Trafficking

As we end National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month , we want you to know about local businesses that support survivors of sex trafficking and how your expenses might be connected to other forms of human trafficking around the world. Here are some wonderful local businesses that you can support in Louisville who are…
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National Slavery and Human Trafficking Awareness and Prevention Month

Like domestic violence and sexual assault, sex trafficking is not only common in our community, but it is also preventable. This National Slavery and Human Trafficking Awareness and Prevention Month, we can all play a part in both supporting survivors who have left trafficking, and working bit by bit to change the systems that may…
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The Gift of Empowerment

Many times victims of intimate partner violence have little or no control over how money is spent or how needs of the family are met.   They often have been trapped in an environment where they have little say over anything.  The Center believes that each person should get to make their own choices.  Survivors who…
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6 Tips for Holiday Giving

The holidays are here and so is the holiday spirit. Many folks choose to reach out to their favorite charity this time of year and donate time, talent or treasure. We put together a few tips to help you and your favorite organization during this giving season. If you are donating goods or services contact…
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The Purple Purse

Join us as we help stage America’s largest prison break. The number one reason survivors of intimate partner violence stay in an abusive relationship is they lack the financial skills and resources to leave. Many times abusers hold all of the economic and social standing and have complete control over finances. You can help change…
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Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence is a Men’s Issue

Rape and sexual assault, sexual harassment, street harassment, stalking, domestic and dating violence, sex trafficking and sexual exploitation…have historically been defined and recognized as “women’s issues.” To a large degree this makes enormous sense: it is by and large women who are impacted by these forms of violence and abuse; beyond the women who are…
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