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“Violence on the Rise: The Troubled Relationship Between Covid-19 and Domestic Violence” led by Carrie Benson, the prevention and education coordinator in Pitt’s Sexual Violence Prevention Office, and Paula Davis, the associate vice chancellor for diversity in the School of Health Science, took place on Wednesday and was the next installment of Pitt’s ‘This is not Normal’ town hall series.

‘A pandemic inside of a pandemic’: Panel discusses domestic violence crisis

By Anushay Chaudhry, Staff Writer September 10, 2020
According to Rhonda Fleming, the director of education and outreach for the Women’s Center and Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh, the COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t stopped domestic violence. 
Cheryl Ruffin hosted the Office of Diversity and Inclusions Wednesday town hall.

‘The gift that keeps on taking’: Virtual town hall discusses relationship between capitalism, inequity

By Benjamin Nigrosh, News Editor July 8, 2020
Wednesday’s “Toxic Recipe: The Historical Ingredients of American Inequity” was an installment of the “This is Not Normal: Allyship and Advocacy in the age of COVID-19” virtual town hall series.
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This is Not Normal: Allyship and Advocacy in the age of COVID-19