Domestic Violence Awareness Public Service Announcements

Domestic Violence Awareness Public Service Announcements

1/22/2022 5:00:00 PM

.ANA_ACFgov recently developed six Domestic Violence Awareness PSAs, specifically tailored for Native communities, providing resources for survivors and supporting prevention efforts on both the individual & community level. Learn more:

Domestic Violence Awareness Public Service Announcements

Visit disclaimer page, “Native Americans face unacceptably high levels of violence, and are victims of violent crime at a rate much higher than the national average.” Native American women are disproportionately the victims of sexual and gender-based violence, including intimate partner homicide, and approximately half of Native American women have experienced physical violence by an intimate partner.

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The Administration for Native Americans (ANA) partnered with the Indian Health Service (IHS) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to develop a Domestic Violence Awareness Public Service Announcement campaign. In accordance with President Biden’s Visit disclaimer page , “Native Americans face unacceptably high levels of violence, and are victims of violent crime at a rate much higher than the national average.” Native American women are disproportionately the victims of sexual and gender-based violence, including intimate partner homicide, and approximately half of Native American women have experienced physical violence by an intimate partner. To address the crisis of ongoing violence against Native Americans, these PSAs were tailored specifically for Native communities for the purposes of providing survivors access to resources, improving bystanders’ ability to safely intervene, and increasing prevention efforts on both the individual and community level. Specifically, this campaign includes six PSAs, addressing: