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"If I were really asked to define myself, I wouldn't start with race; I wouldn't start with blackness; I wouldn't start with gender; I wouldn't start with feminism. I would start with stripping down to what fundamentally informs my life, which is that I'm a seeker on the path. I think of feminism, and I think of anti-racist struggles as part of it. But where I stand spiritually is, steadfastly, on a path about love." -bell hooks
Reading List

Dangerous Marriage: Breaking the Cycle of Domestic Violence 
S.R. McDill and Linda McDill 1991

The Verbally Abusive Relationship: How to recognize it and how to respond. 
Patricia Evans 1992

Safety Planning with Battered Women: Complex Lives/Difficult Choices 
Jill Davies, Eleanor Lyon 1998 Sage Series on Violence Against Women

I will Survive 
Lori S. Robinson 2002

When Violence Begins at Home: A comprehensive guide to understanding and ending Domestic violence. 
K.J. Wilson 1997

When Dad Hurts Mom: Helping Your Children Heal the Wounds of Witnessing Abuse 
Lundy Bancroft 2004

Saving Beauty from the Beast: How to protect your daughter from an unhealthy Relationship 
Vicki Crompton, Ellen Zelda Kessner 2003

Children in Families at Risk: Maintaining the Connections 
Lee Combrinck-Graham

The Rape Recovery Handbook: Step-by-Step Help for Survivors of Sexual Assault 
Aphrodite Matsakis 2003

Hope through Heartsongs 
Mattie J.T. Stepanek (poet and peacemaker) 2002

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