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NRCDV continues to strive towards living into the commitments made in our June 2020 statement against anti-Blackness, racial injustice, and oppression as well as our NRCDV STANDS statements.

These commitments are interconnected with our policy stance and priorities. The declaration of these statements holds NRCDV accountable to survivors and communities, boldly articulates our policy advocacy positioning, and clarifies the "lenses" we are looking through, committed to, and in constant consideration of as we aspire to co-create a world that is free from violence, racism, oppression, and socially just. 

II.	OUR POLICY STANCE •	WE COMMIT to being expansive in our policy thinking, efforts, and focus on anti-violence work within the larger context of social justice and progressive world-building.  
•	WE COMMIT to co-creating policy solutions with survivors and communities most impacted by gender-based violence and sexual violence, and to address the root causes. 
•	WE COMMIT to advance policy solutions that will make meaningful change for Black and brown communities, trans and non-binary survivors, survivors with disabilities, immigrant survivors, and those most traumatized and harmed by carceral systems and responses.  
1.	Building and supporting the capacity of survivors to engage in policy and systems-level advocacy.  2.	Promoting survivor centered, equitable, and just policies, such as those that center safety, well-being, autonomy, humanity, and inclusivity across race, class, culture, ability, immigration status and identity;   
3.	Ensuring increased economic security for survivors, their families, and communities through avenues such as public benefit programs, tax credits for low-income families, affordable healthcare, paid leave, equal pay, workplace protections, education and job training, and enhancement of asset and wealth building opportunities;    4.	Promoting family and community centered policies that are responsive to the needs and closely aligned with the desired approaches named by domestic violence survivors, particularly survivors across Black, Indigenous, People of Color, immigrant, and refugee communities, survivors with disabilities, deaf survivors, and low-income survivors, including policies focused on prevention, healing and restoration for survivors and those who have caused harm;  
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This publication is supported by Grant Number #90EV0428 to the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence from the Administration on Children, Youth and Families, Family and Youth Services Bureau, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

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