Sounds of Blackness’ new album titled Kings & Queens: Message Music from the Movement is now available exclusively at Best Buy.
A Journey to Healing: Finding the PathThis two-day, ground-breaking event featured over 50 presenters, including a panel of former battered women
Mildred Muhammad, former wife od "DC Sniper" John Allen Muhammad, shared her personal struggle of domestic violence, behind the national tragic event.
Johnny Rice oversees funding for local and government agencies throughout Maryland providing victim services and sexual assault education and prevention.
The conference also featured a panel of adults who offered their perspectives on healing as they recounted their first-hand experiences of witnessing domestic violence as children.
Attend IDVAAC’s annual conference Aug. 3-4 in Long Beach, Calif. READ MORE
Fall 2006, Volume 7, Number 2
IDVAAC is pleased to announce that its Safe Return Initiative DVD received a bronze (second place) 2006 Telly Award, an international award with more than 12,000 submissions from around the world. READ MORE
Fall 2007, Volume 7, No. 2
These reports utilize community interviews and focus groups about the causes and outcomes of domestic violence in these communities.READ MORE
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Both days of the conference were filled with exciting and emotional artistic performances. IDVAAC goes to great lengths to incorporate song, dance and poetry into its conferences as an innovative way to share its research related to domestic violence.
Crisis forces shelters to be even more responsive to victims: Before Hurricane Katrina hit, Crescent House, a shelter for DV victims, operated like hundreds of others across the country.