Advocating for Families of the Black and African Diaspora Victimized by Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence.
Please take our anonymous survey if you identify as African, Black, African American or Black Diaspora and live in Utah. The purpose of this survey is to help us better understand the needs concerning sexual violence and domestic violence in your community.
Barriers to Reporting
Many Black women hesitate to report sexual and domestic violence due to: 1) Historical trauma and present day treatment, assumptions and stereotypes by first responders (law enforcement, medical personnel, the court system, social workers, and advocates). 2) Language barriers, and fear of deportation increases their difficulty in finding help and supportive services.
Purchase your copy of the 2015 Calendar
Calendars will be available for pickup Friday, Nov. 28, 2014 at One World Gifts2166 South Highland Drive Salt Lake City, UT 8410612pm-4pm
If you or someone you know needs help call(801)243-5454In an emergency situation call 911
P.O. Box 2981 Salt Lake City, Utah 84110, Phone Number: (801) 810-4827, Email: email@example.com© The Sojourner Group 2013
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