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New guide from statewide network offers community-driven alternatives.
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Nisha thought that violence in a marriage was simply what every Indian wife ‘had to accept’ in her husband’s home. She was only 24.
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According to a number of local experts and law enforcement officials, there are two key components to the domestic violence system that require additional support: funding and a lack of education.
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A combination of increased substance abuse, a lack of shelter options and a backlogged court system made it difficult for victims to get timely help.
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Local and national researchers say there needs to be more study on the link between domestic violence and violence in the Black community.
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Resources and hope are out there for those affected by domestic violence and intimate partner violence.
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Thousands could be threatened, experts say, because the same groups most impacted by abortion bans — rural, low-income, and women of color — also experience higher rates of domestic violence.
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California’s coercive control law was enacted too late to help Blanca in her divorce from a husband she describes as manipulative and emotionally abusive.
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Bay Area artist Tanya describes survival inside a turbulent marriage where her husband and the inlaws subjected her to abuse.
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A California law broadening domestic violence protections could help restrain abusers who manipulate their partners financially and psychologically. Two women who sought remedies through the courts share stories of a justice system stacked against them.

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