The following are a selection of print resources that we have found useful in our work at AVP; please check back for more articles to come. If you find that one of our links no longer works or you would like to suggest materials to us, please contact us and let us know.
Consent is Sexy by Kailey Willets – we can no longer find this online, if you know a link please let us know
Injustice at Every Turn: a report of the National Transgender Discrimination Survey
Seeking the Breaking Point: Violence and Justice in Canada by Sarah Hunt
Naming the violence that has taken our sisters by Joyce Green
SisterSong link: What is Reproductive Justice?
Restoring Camas and Culture to Lekwungen and Victoria: An interview with Lekwungen Cheryl Bryce by Briony Penn
Amnesty International Canada’s Stolen Sisters: A Human Rights Response to Discrimination and Violence Against Indigenous Women in Canada Report
Scarleteen: How You Guys – That’s Right, You Guys – Can Prevent Rape
Expanding our understanding of gendered violence: violence against trans people and loved ones By Joshua Mira Goldberg and Caroline White
To Slide or to Slice: Finding a Positive Sexual Metaphor by Carly Dreyfus
Position Paper on Violence against Women without Immigration Status – West Coast LEAF, May 2012
Intersecting Inequalities:Immigrant Women of Colour, Violence & Health Care – Yasmin Jiwani, 2001, FREDA Centre for Research on Violence against Women and Children
A Complex Web: Access to Justice for Abused Immigrant Women in New Brunswick – Dr. Baukje Miedema and Dr. Sandra Wachholz, Status of Women Canada
FREDA Centre for Research on Violence against Women and Children, Publications
The Challenging Male Supremacy Project: Experiments in Transformative Justice
Mapping the Margins: Intersectionality, Identity Politics, and Violence Against Women of Colour by Kimberle Crenshaw
Some Notes on Rape Culture by LaToya Peterson – we can no longer find this online, if you know a link please let us know
Metis Women: Strong and Beautiful, Metis Centre @ NAHO
Decriminalization of sex work and Indigenous youth and communities – a response from the Native Youth Sexual Health Network
Safer sex work: the case for decriminalization by Robyn Maynard
Missing Women’s Commission Flounders: Groups looking elsewhere for answers to murder, disappearance of Aboriginal women by Angela Sterritt
Not an Indian Tradition: The Sexual Colonization of Native Peoples by Andrea Smith
Also, for articles about media, check out our media articles
More links coming soon!
Also, visit our lending library during office hours
Excerpt from “Selling Sex” by Dr. Sarah Hunt – Decolonizing Sex Work: Developing an Intersectional Indigenous Approach
Supporting a Survivor of Sexual Assault by UBUNTU
More links coming soon!