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VOCA and Housing: Successes, Challenges, and Tips – EJ Summit 2018
This presentation about the Victims of Crime Act and housing was shared at the 2018 Economic Justice Summit in Las Vegas, NV.
Monica McLaughlin, NNEDV Director of Public Policy created this overview of federal advocacy and local advocates role in impacting it.
Economic Recovery – A Look Back & Forward at Nevada’s Experience – EJ Summit 2018
This presentation about the economic recovery in the state of Nevada was delivered at the 2018 Economic Justice Summit in Las Vegas, NV.
The Texas Council on Family Violence prepared this presentation about the changes in the landscape for immigrants, such as executive orders and enforcement, and how this impacts survivors.
Ta’Nika Ellington of the Peace River Center and Laura Stadler-Tobaben of SAFEHOME, Inc., created this presentation about economic advocacy for survivors.
Natural Disaster: The Impact on Already Marginalized Communities – EJ Summit 2018
This presentation on legal services for survivors and the impact of recent hurricanes on survivors in Puerto Rico and Texas was shared at the 2018 Economic Justice Summit in Las Vegas, NV.
Economic Justice Summit 2018 Speaker Bios
These advocates and experts spoke at NEDV's second annual Economic Justice Summit from March 6-8, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
This PowerPoint was presented by Lisalyn R. Jacobs, CEO of Just Solutions and Interim Legal & Policy Director and the Center for Survivor Agency and Justice, at the 2018 Economic Justice Summit in Las Vegas, NV.
Lisalyn Jacobs, Policy and Legal Director at the Center for Survivor Agency & Justice, designed this presentation to (re)tell survivor stories that unearth the connection between race inequity and economic opportunity.