Georgia Network Against Domestic Violence
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Diane Winters helped found the Council on Battered Women in 1975 and continues to serve as a board member for the Georgia Advocates for Battered Women and Children. Her papers consist of correspondence, minutes and agendas, pamphlets, photographs, and a recording, 1974-2001, and relate to her work with the Georgia Network Against Domestic Violence, a branch of the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, and its affiliates.
The Georgia Advocates for Battered Women and Children began as an all-volunteer feminist agency in the early 1980s. The Georgia Advocates for Battered Women and Children records are organized into three series: (I) Organizational files; (II) Printed materials; and (III) Audio-visual materials.
Qiyamah A. Rahman has been a social worker and a Unitarian Universalist minister. The Qiyamah A. Rahman Papers, 1981-2018, comprise manuscripts and notes, printed material, textiles, and artifacts. The papers document Rahman's engagement with the issues of domestic violence and women's rights in the United Stats as well as Ghana, South Africa, and St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands.
- Abused women 3
- Abused women -- Services for 3
- Atlanta (Ga.) 3
- Abused children 2
- Abused elderly 1
- African American women 1
- African American women clergy 1
- DeKalb County (Ga.) 1
- Family violence -- Law and legislation 1
- Family violence -- Prevention 1
- Georgia 1
- Ghana 1
- Legal assistance to children 1
- Police training 1
- South Africa 1
- United States Virgin Islands--Saint Croix 1
- Women's shelters 1 ∧ less