NYSCASA NYS Coalition Against Sexual Assault

NYSCASA NYS Coalition Against Sexual Assault

Albany, NY / New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault's mission to end all forms of sexual violence and oppression by advocating for the effective response and preven
NYSCASA NYS Coalition Against Sexual Assault
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Some new research addresses the uncomfortable question of whether you're better off being rich or being white.

Poor white kids are less likely to go to prison. - Poor white kids are less likely to go to prison than rich black kids - The Washington Post

8 Things White People Really Need to Understand About Race -

There is no such thing as reverse racism or reverse sexism. White women can be just as prejudiced as men, women cannot be 'just as sexist as men' because they do not hold political, economic, and institutional power.

Narratives of police brutality often exclude women, but the scourge of racism doesn’t belong to a single gender.

A Symposium on Men & Sexual Trauma: Healing & Recovery

Join us for an interactive learning and networking opportunity with six widely recognized leaders working to put an end to male sexual abuse and raise awareness about what is needed to reach and help male survivors.

An ABC Handbook For Native Girls < The ABC handbook was created as a response to the systematic sexual assault Native Women experience. Native Americans are raped at a rate nearly double that any other race annually – percent.

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To the 13 sister-survivors who were sexually brutalized by Daniel Holtzclaw, and the countless others who stood in the face of injustice uttering what for many are unspeakable truths both inside and…

Making use of white privilege and the problematic point of the "angry black woman" Cracking the Codes: Joy DeGruy

In this story from Cracking the Codes: The System of Racial Inequity, a film from World Trust, author and educator Joy DeGruy shares how her sister-in-law uses her white privilege to stand up to systemic inequity.