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In this "Reflections" episode Part 2, Teri and Michael reflect back on episodes on our series of community conversations for Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Episode 130: Domestic Violence Awareness Month Community Conversation on Systems Change, Episode 131: Domestic Violence Awareness Month Community Conversation on Police Violence, Episode 132: Domestic Violence Awareness Month Community Conversation on Domestic Abuse and Communities of Color, Episode 133: Domestic Violence Awareness Month Community Conversation on Domestic Abuse and Child Abuse, and Episode 134: Domestic Violence Awareness Month Community Conversation on Domestic Abuse and the Church.
During our conversation, Michael and I touched upon the following resources in our conversation:
- Primary, Secondary, Tertiary prevention--holistic
- Our interview with Angie Rivers about police violence
- Jess Hill’s coverage of “women’s police stations” and gender parity in policing as a possible response to sexism in police culture
- “Defund the Police” or “Justice Reinvestment” as it’s called in Australia
- The use of “restorative justice” approaches to address accountability in domestic violence cases
- Teri’s post on the cultural history of “PAS” or “Parental Alienation Syndrome” as an abuser disinformation tactic to discredit victims’ legitimate claims of abuse
- Examples of coercive control of children and how that shows up in abuser behaviors and #abusertactics
- The documentary, What Doesn’t Kill Me, which addresses systemic gender bias against protective moms in family court
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