Reflection on Increasing Access to Safe Housing for Unhoused Black Women Who Survived Intimate Partner Violence

Date

11/13/21

The community seminar, which is part of the clinical-community program, hosted a talk by Dr. Nkiru Nnawulezi on Nov. 12th titled, “Reflection on Increasing Access to Safe Housing for Unhoused Black Women Who Survived Intimate Partner Violence.” 

Dr. Nkiru Nnawulezi is an Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and Affiliate Faculty at Yale School of Public Health. She earned her doctorate in Ecological-Community Psychology at the Michigan State University and has additional graduate certifications in college teaching, community engagement, and quantitative research methods. 

Her work is grounded in intersectionality and includes a focus on improving responses to survivors of gender-based violence who experience structural marginalization and stigmatization.

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