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#RethinkCredibility。家庭暴力幸存者应该得到更好的

家庭暴力是一个迫在眉睫的问题,正在伤害各行各业的人们。法律制度普遍质疑家庭暴力幸存者是否可信,因为他们的举止,举止或言语不符合法院的期望。包括法律制度在内的我们的社会充斥着种族主义和隐性偏见,这些偏见常常导致幸存者不被相信。 

作为回应,NYLAG已启动了 #RethinkCredibility活动 强调为什么法律制度无法理解种族主义,贫困和创伤的交汇点常常会导致家庭暴力幸存者司法不公。我们可以做些什么来改变它。 以下是我们与许多家庭暴力领袖和提供者就此问题进行的Twitter实时聊天内容的重点。 

对于家庭暴力幸存者,为什么1TP3合法性信誉至关重要? 

贫困如何影响家庭暴力幸存者与我们的法律体系的互动? 

法律和司法制度如何使针对肤色幸存者的种族主义长期存在?

创伤如何影响幸存者讲述或回忆他们的故事? 

您目睹了针对幸存者的哪些刻板印象?

重新思考我们如何评估信誉如何改变幸存者的司法体系? 

为什么幸存者强大?

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