Survivors of Color — Resource List


Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

This network provides training, technical assistance, legislative and legal advocacy, and pro bono attorney connections.

Arte Sana: Victim Advocacy SIN Fronteras 

This organization offers services for those who identify as latinx/chicanx.

Asian Pacific Institute on Gender Based Violence

A national resource center for violence against Asians, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders, the institute analyzes critical issues, provides technical assistance and training, conducts research, and informs public policy.

Black Trans Men, Incorporated

This service offers programs for transgender men in identity, culture, religion, family, health, careers, education, business, legal aid, community and youth services.

Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women

This coalition facilitates political advocacy, community programming, and educational outreach.

El/La Para TransLatinas

This entity offers direct services for transgender latinx people.


This anti-violence organization represents women-identified people of color, gender nonconforming people, and transgender people. They organize national events and conferences.


Manavi is dedicated to women-identified South Asians affected by violence. They offer culturally specific and linguistically accessible services to survivors of violence.

The Marsha P. Johnson Institute

The Marsha P Johnson Institute (MPJI) is intended to create a crucial entry point for Black transgender women and gender nonconforming femmes to obtain the skills, financial and programmatic resources necessary in advocating for an end to violence against all transgender people.

Native Alliance Against Violence  

The alliance provides culturally appropriate technical assistance, training and support to eliminate intimate partner violence, sexual violence, stalking, and dating violence to restore safety for Native communities.

National Indigenous Women’s Center

The National Indigenous Women’s Center supports grassroots efforts, provides national leadership for indigenous women, develops educational and programmatic materials, provides direct technical assistance, builds the capacity of Indigenous communities, and supports tribal sovereignty.

National Organization of Asian and Pacific Islanders Ending Sexual Violence  

This organization provides technical assistance and support to local and community-based programs and governmental organizations that extend services to victims of sexual violence within Asian and Pacific Islander communities in the U.S.

National Organization of Sisters of Color Ending Sexual Assault

This coalition of women-identified people of color provides technical training, participates in advocacy, and facilitates community organizing efforts.

NO! The Rape Documentary

Released in 2006, this film features testimonies, scholarship, spirituality, activism, and cultural work of Black people in the United States.

Office of Justice: American Indian and Alaska Native Affairs

This Office of Justice examined the scope and impact of violence facing American Indian and Alaska Native children, and developed a comprehensive report with policy recommendations.

Sister Song

This national membership organization addresses reproductive rights in historically and currently disenfranchised communities.

South Asian Helpline and Referral Agency

This agency offers programs for intimate partner violence survivors, youth, and older adults.

TransLatin@ Coalition

This coalition advocates for Transgender Latin@ communities in the U.S.

Trans Women of Color Collective

This grassroots funded global initiative supports transgender people of color.

WomenSpirit Coalition

This coalition provides assistance with program development, proposal review, culturally- based violence prevention and intervention practices, and models of advocacy specific to tribal communities.

YWCA of Greater Los Angeles

The YWCA offers services, workshops, and programs for youth, sexual violence survivors, seniors, and children.