Domestic Violence Resources to Share

Thank you to all for a wonderful evening! For those unable to benefit from being at our panel discussion in person, stay tuned... we will upload video soon!

  • You may read a journalistic summary of the event by a student reporter here:
  • Due to popular demand: please find last night's Prezi Presentation (full of useful links, statistics, and visuals)!
  • Please download a list of NYC and NYS organizations that work with domestic violence issues if you would like to inquire more or to volunteer.



To hear a Domestic Violence survivor speak about her experience firsthand including some powerful statistics, this TEDx talk is a good resource.



Leslie Morgan Steiner: Why domestic violence victims don't leave


In need? Curious to learn more? Find out what our main National and New York organizations are doing to combat domestic violence. On campus here at Teachers College, learn more about the role of the Title IX Coordinator.

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Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972 is a federal law that prohibits sex and gender discrimination, including sexual harassment and gender-based misconduct, in educational programs and institutions.  Students, staff, or faculty can report issues related to the above to the Teachers College Title IX Coordinator.

The Office of the Vice President of Diversity and Community Affairs

To establish Teachers College as an institution that actively attracts, supports and retains diverse students, faculty and staff at all levels, demonstrated through its commitment to social justice, its respectful and vibrant community and its encouragement and support of each individual in the achievement of his or her full potential. 

SWG Project & Panelists

SWG Project & Panelists

AGAPW & Panelists

AGAPW & Panelists

Special thanks to Teachers College photographer Heather Van Uxem Lewis for our lovely photos! Please find the full album, including photos from others as well, here.