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Breaking the Silence: Stormie’s StoryStormie escaped domestic violence. Today she uses her experience to educate her community.
2018 Women’s March on NYC
Survivor and Board Member Jill Markowitz speaks with PIX11
For five years, Jill and her late husband were happily married - they gave birth to a beautiful little girl, but that is when the problems began.
2017 Zero Tolerance Benefit Program
On June 6, 2017 over 1,000 supporters and guests gathered to celebrate Sanctuary Board President William Gorin and partner law firm WilmerHale for their outstanding commitment to ending gender violence.
When Kristin met her son's father, it was a whirlwind romance. As time went on however, he became increasingly abusive.
Taking a Stand Against Gender Violence
Sanctuary for Families is guided by the fundamental principle that freedom from gender violence is a basic human right. Learn how we're taking a stand against gender violence.
Teens Speak Out
Our teen group shares how domestic violence has impacted their lives.
Amy was 21 when the abuse started.
Законодательство США против торговли людьми и о помощи жертвам торговли / U.S. laws and services
What Is the New Public Charge Rule? (Webinar)
For more information, please visit www.sanctuaryforfamilies.org/public-charge/
CBS New York | NYC Considers Decriminalizing Prostitution
CBS2's Hazel Sanchez talks to Dorchen Leidholdt, director of Sanctuary's Legal Center, about New York City's debate over decriminalizing prostitution.
CUNY TV | The Human Trafficking Side to Illicit Massage Parlors
The arrest of Robert Kraft, owner of the New England Patriots, has thrown a national spotlight on illicit massage parlors in which women are required to provide sexual services to as many as a dozen men a day. The women are often trafficking victims in the grip of the criminal organizations that operate these parlors. Bob talks about this with his guests who offer legal and other help to women caught up in this profoundly abusive, often violent enterprise. They are Lori Cohen, director of the Sanctuary for Families Anti-Trafficking Initiative, and Yvonne Chen, who manages the initiative’s outreach efforts.
Gibney x Sanctuary for Families: Power in Motion
Video Credits: Gibney's Digital Media Initiative
NY1 “In Focus” | A Survivor’s Story
Sanctuary ED Judy H. Kluger and Survivor Leader Monica speak to Cheryl Wills about domestic violence and the importance of the DVSJA.
2018 Annual Giving Campaign | Thank You
Cyber sexual abuse is an increasingly common form of domestic violence. Nathaly shares her experience as a survivor.
Breaking the Silence
Because they spoke out, their lives changed for the better. Members of our Survivor Leader group share what it took to break the silence around their abuse.