Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women

Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women Our mission is to stop violence against Native women and children by advocating for social change in

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Photos from Indigenous Environmental Network's post
10/16/2021

Photos from Indigenous Environmental Network's post

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10/16/2021

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Join us next week for Impact & Coffee for an awesome panel discussion about Domestic Violence!

We are excited to take part with our amazing organizations in our community NMCSAP Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women !!

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Join us next week for Impact & Coffee for an awesome panel discussion about Domestic Violence!

We are excited to take part with our amazing organizations in our community NMCSAP Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women !!

Thank you to @puebloactionalliance for their support and care during our time together, side by side, at the #PeopleVsFo...
10/16/2021

Thank you to @puebloactionalliance for their support and care during our time together, side by side, at the #PeopleVsFossilFuels action. Thank you @puebloactionalliance for making space for csvanw to march at the front line down the streets of Washington DC to demand the end to fossil fuels, call for urgent climate change & help bring awareness on our message of how extractive industries bring violence into our communities and contribute to violence against Native Women, children, 2SLGBTQ+ and #MMIW #MMIWG #MMIR #MMIWG2S

#PuebloDinéSolidarity

Indigenous families in rural areas are among the most impacted by sexual violence. This Indigenous Peoples Day, pledge y...
10/16/2021

Indigenous families in rural areas are among the most impacted by sexual violence. This Indigenous Peoples Day, pledge your support to fight for funding for sexual assault programs in NM. Sign the petition. https://bit.ly/3uSolMb

Indigenous families in rural areas are among the most impacted by sexual violence. This Indigenous Peoples Day, pledge your support to fight for funding for sexual assault programs in NM. Sign the petition. https://bit.ly/3uSolMb

10/15/2021

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For #DVAM2021 we are turning up the heat on our call to action from last year, No Survivor Justice without Racial Justice. This October and beyond, the Domestic Violence Awareness Project (#DVAP) calls on the domestic violence movement to center, celebrate, and follow the leadership of Black survivors, leaders, advocates, and frontline workers. Read more on DVawareness.org (link in bio). 💜

[VIDEO DESCRIPTION: Person dribbles basketball outside on court. Text says: NO Survivor Justice without Racial Justice]

#1Thing #UnaCosa #DomesticViolenceAwarenessMonth #DVAM #DVAM21 #DVAM2021 #endDV #DVAwareness #DomesticViolenceAwarenessProject #DVAP #DomesticViolence #DomesticAbuse #DomesticAbuseAwarenessMonth #DV #advocacy #activism #endViolence #endAbuse #RacialJustice #SurvivorJustice

October is nationally proclaimed as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. 4 out of 5 American Indian and Alaskan Native wom...
10/15/2021

October is nationally proclaimed as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. 4 out of 5 American Indian and Alaskan Native women experienced violence in their lifetime. This includes sexual violence, physical violence by an intimate partner and at least half (48.8 %) have experienced stalking and 66% have experienced psychological aggression by an intimate partner. Overall, more than 1.5 million American Indian Women and Alaskan Native Women have experienced violence in their lifetime.

Many of the advocates I support are survivors with lived experience who broke cycles for themselves and their children. We want to live in peace and harmony with families and we want to see our survivors live happily and safely. We each come from our own tribal communities carrying medicine and prayers for all.

This month the Advocate Coordinator Tiffany Jiron and college Intern, Kwani Cortes want to honor our cycle breakers. This work requires advocates to work around the clock and on call, even through a pandemic we never gave up hope. Our indigenous families need you most during these times, thank you for your commitment to ending the cycles of domestic violence. #advocatesareessesntialworkers #BreakCyclesBuildGens #HonorCycleBreakers #breakthesilence

October is nationally proclaimed as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. 4 out of 5 American Indian and Alaskan Native wom...
10/14/2021

October is nationally proclaimed as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. 4 out of 5 American Indian and Alaskan Native women experienced violence in their lifetime. This includes sexual violence, physical violence by an intimate partner and at least half (48.8 %) have experienced stalking and 66% have experienced psychological aggression by an intimate partner. Overall, more than 1.5 million American Indian Women and Alaskan Native Women have experienced violence in their lifetime.

Many of the advocates I support are survivors with lived experience who broke cycles for themselves and their children. We want to live in peace and harmony with families and we want to see our survivors live happily and safely. We each come from our own tribal communities carrying medicine and prayers for all.

This month the Advocate Coordinator Tiffany Jiron and college Intern, Kwani Cortes want to honor our cycle breakers. This work requires advocates to work around the clock and on call, even through a pandemic we never gave up hope. Our indigenous families need you most during these times, thank you for your commitment to ending the cycles of domestic violence.

#advocatesareessesntialworkers #BreakCyclesBuildGens #HonorCycleBreakers #breakthesilence

As we recognize Indigenous Peoples’ Day in October, Purpose endeavors to deepen our understanding of Indigenous history ...
10/14/2021

As we recognize Indigenous Peoples’ Day in October, Purpose endeavors to deepen our understanding of Indigenous history and to activate our opportunity to learn and do more. How can we make sure we're respecting traditions and advancing justice and equity with our storytelling and campaign approaches?
In a panel discussion hosted by Purpose, members of the Voices cohort working with Indigenous communities will share their experiences and lessons about storytelling practices and how these insights can be applied across co-creation initiatives. The session will feature Arrowhead Business Group, Three Sisters Kitchen, Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women, Partners for Rural Transformation, Fahe, and Oweesta.

https://purpose.zoom.us/j/94967127197?pwd=NysxdTBLTHJ0VXk4S1ByYTM3Q1hoQT09

As we recognize Indigenous Peoples’ Day in October, Purpose endeavors to deepen our understanding of Indigenous history and to activate our opportunity to learn and do more. How can we make sure we're respecting traditions and advancing justice and equity with our storytelling and campaign approaches?
In a panel discussion hosted by Purpose, members of the Voices cohort working with Indigenous communities will share their experiences and lessons about storytelling practices and how these insights can be applied across co-creation initiatives. The session will feature Arrowhead Business Group, Three Sisters Kitchen, Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women, Partners for Rural Transformation, Fahe, and Oweesta.

https://purpose.zoom.us/j/94967127197?pwd=NysxdTBLTHJ0VXk4S1ByYTM3Q1hoQT09

October is nationally proclaimed as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. 4 out of 5 American Indian and Alaskan Native wom...
10/13/2021

October is nationally proclaimed as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. 4 out of 5 American Indian and Alaskan Native women experienced violence in their lifetime. This includes sexual violence, physical violence by an intimate partner and at least half (48.8 %) have experienced stalking and 66% have experienced psychological aggression by an intimate partner. Overall, more than 1.5 million American Indian Women and Alaskan Native Women have experienced violence in their lifetime.

Many of the advocates I support are survivors with lived experience who broke cycles for themselves and their children. We want to live in peace and harmony with families and we want to see our survivors live happily and safely. We each come from our own tribal communities carrying medicine and prayers for all.

This month the Advocate Coordinator Tiffany Jiron and college Intern, Kwani Cortes want to honor our cycle breakers. This work requires advocates to work around the clock and on call, even through a pandemic we never gave up hope. Our indigenous families need you most during these times, thank you for your commitment to ending the cycles of domestic violence.

#advocatesareessesntialworkers #BreakCyclesBuildGens #HonorCycleBreakers #breakthesilence

BeWellnm is the marketplace where providers like Blue Cross Blue Shield, True Health, Molina, Western Sky Community Care...
10/13/2021

BeWellnm is the marketplace where providers like Blue Cross Blue Shield, True Health, Molina, Western Sky Community Care, and Friday Health Plans offer their plans to all eligible New Mexicans. The Hispano Chamber team is reaching out to eligible New Mexicans who do not have health insurance and helping them connect with free expert assistance where consumers can learn which are the best health care options for them and their family.

Visit beWellnm.com to learn more or call 1-833-862-3935

BeWellnm is the marketplace where providers like Blue Cross Blue Shield, True Health, Molina, Western Sky Community Care, and Friday Health Plans offer their plans to all eligible New Mexicans. The Hispano Chamber team is reaching out to eligible New Mexicans who do not have health insurance and helping them connect with free expert assistance where consumers can learn which are the best health care options for them and their family.

Visit beWellnm.com to learn more or call 1-833-862-3935

"Land acknowledgments state that activities are taking place on land previously owned by Indigenous peoples. They’re pop...
10/13/2021
Land Acknowledgments Meant to Honor Indigenous People Too Often Do the Opposite

"Land acknowledgments state that activities are taking place on land previously owned by Indigenous peoples. They’re popular—but they may harm more than they heal, say three anthropologists."

https://getpocket.com/explore/item/land-acknowledgments-meant-to-honor-indigenous-people-too-often-do-the-opposite-erasing-american?utm_source=fbsynd&utm_medium=social&fbclid=IwAR05hxMVmS7-8O-JvOSfLbgO9dFT-yiN5u0n8RRa-DC9K1k5ueKZSLd1W0E

Land acknowledgments state that activities are taking place on land previously owned by Indigenous peoples. They’re popular—but they may harm more than they heal, say three anthropologists.

Members of the New Mexico Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women (CSVANW) traveled to participate in the protes...
10/13/2021
Native groups protest fossil fuels in Washington, D.C.

Members of the New Mexico Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women (CSVANW) traveled to participate in the protest that began on Indigenous People’s Day in front of the White House to demand that President Joe Biden declare a climate emergency and end fossil fuel production. Many Native leaders from around the country are participating in the week-long protest.

Angel Charley, Laguna Pueblo and executive director of CSVANW, told NM Political Report from the nation’s capital that “we don’t necessarily think of extractive industries as a violence against women issue.”

“It’s a connection folks aren’t making. We know that where these industries exist, there’s a heightened rate of sexual violence against Native American women, especially in the Dakotas in the Bakken region,” Charley said.

Native American groups have been protesting fossil fuel production this week in Washington, D.C., in order to help shine a light on the connection between fossil fuel extraction and violence agains…

October is nationally proclaimed as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. 4 out of 5 American Indian and Alaskan Native wom...
10/12/2021

October is nationally proclaimed as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. 4 out of 5 American Indian and Alaskan Native women experienced violence in their lifetime. This includes sexual violence, physical violence by an intimate partner and at least half (48.8 %) have experienced stalking and 66% have experienced psychological aggression by an intimate partner. Overall, more than 1.5 million American Indian Women and Alaskan Native Women have experienced violence in their lifetime.

Many of the advocates we support are survivors with lived experience who broke cycles for themselves and their children. We want to live in peace and harmony with families and we want to see our survivors live happily and safely. We each come from our own tribal communities carrying medicine and prayers for all.

This month the Advocate Coordinator Tiffany Jiron and college Intern, Kwani Cortes want to honor our cycle breakers. This work requires advocates to work around the clock and on call, even through a pandemic we never gave up hope. Our indigenous families need you most during these times, thank you for your commitment to ending the cycles of domestic violence.

#advocatesareessesntialworkers #BreakCyclesBuildGens #HonorCycleBreakers #breakthesilence

For our #IWillRunForThem 5K we ask relatives to share who they are running for & why. By asking to share their story, we...
10/12/2021

For our #IWillRunForThem 5K we ask relatives to share who they are running for & why. By asking to share their story, we effectively ask them to connect their action of movement to their community. & it is through this connection we begin process of healing. #DVAM2021

Yesterday, our team provided an informational booth at the Reunity Resources in O'ga P'ogeh that Three Sisters Collectiv...
10/12/2021

Yesterday, our team provided an informational booth at the Reunity Resources in O'ga P'ogeh that Three Sisters Collective organized for Indigenous People's Day celebration. Thank you Three Sisters Collective for inviting us and allowing us to have important discussions with visitors at our booth. We had an amazing opportunity to hear a powerful poem/reading from Dr. Christina M. Castro and other great entertainers. It was a wonderful day on the farm with indigenous relatives!

@threesisterscollective

On this day, Indigenous Peoples Day, our team at the Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women (CSVANW) stand with...
10/11/2021

On this day, Indigenous Peoples Day, our team at the Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women (CSVANW) stand with the People vs Fossil Fuels as we march the streets of Washington D.C. because we know that for Native American women in the United States, it is not a matter of if she will experience violence in her lifetime, but rather, a matter of when.   

Extractive Industries have devastating impacts on our communities, what is done to the land is done to the people and our bodies. These industries bring violence into our communities and contribute to the ongoing epidemic of Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women (MMIW). The Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women (CSVANW) is ready to stand with those wanting to end the violence of fossil fuels.  

Our communities need meaningful and sustained investments in survivor care to address the collective trauma of colonization that has, for generations, disrupted our way of life through which healthy relationships were nurtured and sustained by our People. 

The social position that Indigenous Peoples find ourselves in today is an outcome of both the internalization of practices of colonial violence and the ongoing violence of the colonial state against our people. We know violence against women is a consequence of, and serves to perpetuate, ongoing systemic inequity. 

Because of this, we at the Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women (CSVANW) are dedicated to seeing the full tribal provisions within VAWA Reauthorization Act remain intact. Provisions that would expand protections for survivors of sexual violence, child abuse, stalking, and trafficking. We know these are real ways to make our communities safer.   

We urge all members within the senate, and senate leadership to work toward creating a version of the bill with ALL the tribal provisions intact.   

https://www.csvanw.org/donate

#PeopleVsFossilFuels #IndigenousPeoplesDay #StopLine3 #BuildBackFossilFree #Landback #BreakTheSilence #BreakCyclesBuildGens

On this day, Indigenous Peoples Day, our team at the Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women (CSVANW) stand shou...
10/11/2021

On this day, Indigenous Peoples Day, our team at the Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women (CSVANW) stand shoulder-to-shoulder with the People vs Fossil Fuels as we march the streets of Washington D.C. because we know that for Native American women in the United States, it is not a matter of if she will experience violence in her lifetime, but rather, a matter of when.

Extractive Industries have devastating impacts on our communities, what is done to the land is done to the people and our bodies. These industries bring violence into our communities and contribute to the ongoing epidemic of Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women (MMIW). The Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women (CSVANW) is ready to stand with those wanting to end the violence of fossil fuels.

But ending the exploitative practices of extractive industries is just one step in protecting Native American women in the United States. Beyond this, our communities need meaningful and sustained investments in survivor care to address the collective trauma of colonization that has, for generations, disrupted our way of life through which healthy relationships were nurtured and sustained by our People.

The social position that Indigenous Peoples find ourselves in today is an outcome of both the internalization of practices of colonial violence and the ongoing violence of the colonial state against our people. We know violence against women is a consequence of, and serves to perpetuate, ongoing systemic inequity.

Because of this, we at the Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women (CSVANW) are dedicated to seeing the full tribal provisions within VAWA Reauthorization Act remain intact. Provisions that would expand protections for survivors of sexual violence, child abuse, stalking, and trafficking. We know these are real ways to make our communities safer.

This legislative session, we have an opportunity to strengthen the legacy of the 2013 Violence Against Women Act. The groundwork has been laid and lessons have been learned from those most impacted by violence. Now is a moment to do better for our Native women.

We urge all members within the senate, and senate leadership to work toward creating a version of the bill with ALL the tribal provisions intact.

We are deeply grateful for those who support the safety of Native women as well as those who choose to support CSVANW specifically in our work to create violence-free communities. We work towards fulfilling our mission by receiving support from folks who are committed to ending gender-based violence- which includes you. Together, we do more.

https://www.csvanw.org/donate

#PeopleVsFossilFuels #IndigenousPeoplesDay #StopLine3 #BuildBackFossilFree #Landback #BreakTheSilence #BreakCyclesBuildGens

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Happy to have Angel Charley on our webinar next week. Info below: Our report, "On the Frontlines: Nonprofits Led by People of Color Confront COVID-19 and Structural Racism" will be released soon, and our webinar and panel discussion is next Tuesday, October 13th at 1pm MST. Register here: bit.ly/COVIDNewMexico. The impacts of COVID-19 are far reaching and have changed how we live and work. The Building Movement Project surveyed leaders of color early in the pandemic to see how they were dealing with changes and advancing their work. Presenter: Deepa Iyer, Director of Movement Building, BMP Moderator: Alicia Lueras Maldonado, Consultant, BMP Panelists: Johana Bencomo, Executive Director, NM CAFe (Comunidades en Acción y de Fé), Henry Brutus, Executive Director, La Casa, Inc. and Angel Charley, Executive Director, Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women #buildingmovementproject #COVID19 #structuralracism #newmexico #webinar #raceandleadership #leadersofcolor
I wanted to share this, senseless loss of life, a young native woman gone too soon, the result of domestic violence 😢 Jessica Biakeddy was shot multiple times in Flagstaff, AZ by her boyfriend and she died from those injuries June 23, 2020.
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I just thought i would let you know an employee of yours is harassing the family members that have recently lost their father, i would add none of us know this vile person or have ever met her,if this is how you want to be represented i will post her text messages and facebook attacks here for all to see. her name is linda fink .again the name of the person who works or claims to work for your ant-violence coalition LINDA FINK is harrasing people. i tried to call here several times today -recieved no answer - then was hung up on with no response. then my number blocked. feel free to contact me . Tony
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To all my fellow mothers out there. I hope you've found time to celebrate your day!
Northern Nevada elders of the Great Basin here in Reno/Sparks area are being cyberbullied,human rights violations. Non- natives that I see hate crimes active really pushing us around on our own land northern paiute/western shoshone people my mother rozina & father bucky sampson both went to bording school back in the day mother is a basket maker here in the great basin a western shoshone father use to run sweat lodge in and out of prisons for TRIBE and work for the city both parents about 20years working and is trying to retire I. There golden ages but this day and age a lot of racial profiling injustice cyberbullied these scammers are working with neo n**i making it seem like us Native American Indian have no rights and always arguing than the media channel eats it of and makes news about the Native American Family's HATE CRIMES MAKING MONEY OFF OF INDIAN MISERY. Were is our help for native issues, tribal matter, our sovereignty, Clean Water ACT. United States protection of America Indians treaty rights soppost to be supreme law of the land inherit right our Native American Grave Protection Act were as FIRST PEOPLE FIRST NATIONS are being pushed and bullied on our own land. Most of the elders dont drink of smoke and yet it seems they are being TARGETED for no reason. We want a circle talk With these people to take and dissolve these ISSUES at all the Northern Nevada tribes some kind of consultation since we are a NATION colony/reservation in NEVADA this is January 2019 These voices need to be heard All Life Is Sacred Portect our sacred site Save mother earth Culture Survival
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