Next Generation Blog

As Sexual Assault Awareness Month came to a close My Sister’s House developed pins that said “Believe Survivors” in various API languages. Believing Survivors is the first step we can all take towards supporting survivors and creating a world where survivors feel like…
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Wednesday, April 24th, 2019 is Denim Day. Denim Day is an opportunity for people to wear jeans to take a stand against destructive attitudes around sexual assault and sexual violence. History In 1992, an 18 year old student was raped by her 45 year old driving instructor.…
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Recently, Hmong Innovating Politics posted a great narrative from a Hmong sexual assault survivor. It takes a tremendous amount of courage to speak out about topics like sexual assault, especially since these topics are taboo in the Asian Pacific Islander community.   It…
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By My Sister's House January 27, 2017 The holidays are a time for families to come back together to reflect on the previous year, to discuss current happenings in the world, and to celebrate the preparation of the new year. The survivors who have resided in the emergency shelter…
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by: SafeQuest Solano October 11, 2016   SafeQuest Solano has been part of the Asian Pacific Islander (API) Cultural Competency Project, led by My Sister's House, for the past two years. As a domestic violence and sexual assault non-profit organization, it truly is essential…
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by: Elaine Abelaye-Mateo, Everyday Impact Consulting September 29, 2016   My Sister's House has been a leader in building Asian and Pacific Islander (API) cultural competency among mainstream domestic violence (DV) shelters and service providers. This year marks the…
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