Knowledge Is Power: Victim to Survivor Podcast by Victims of Crime Resource Center

  • 0, Welcome To The Knowledge Is Power Victim To Survivor Podcast!


    by Victims of Crime Resource Center

    Welcome to the podcast! No one ever plans to be a victim of a crime, so if it happens, it can come as a surprise, so join us for a discussion on victim’s rights. In this series, we discuss topics including sexual harassment, immigration, human trafficking, wage theft, employer retaliation, domestic violence, a victim’s rights in the criminal justice system and services that are available for victims of crime.

  • 1. Wage Theft And Employer Retaliation Discussion With Daniela Urban


    by Victims of Crime Resource Center

    Daniela Urban is the Executive Director of The Center for Worker’s Rights. On this episode of the podcast, Daniela shares information about wage theft and employer retaliation. She talks about some of the different ways employers can retaliate against their employees and what victims can do to get assistance.

    Center for Worker’s Rights (916) 905-5857 https://www.rightscenter.org/

  • 10. Sexual Harassment Discussion With Elizabeth Kristen Part 1


    by Victims of Crime Resource Center

    On the episode of the podcast, we interview Elizabeth Kristen about sexual harassment. Elizabeth is the Director of the Gender Equity &LGBT Rights Program at Legal Aid at Work. Elizabeth gives some examples of what sexual harassment in several different contexts, and gives examples of it in real life cases. Elizabeth continues by examining the differences between sexual assault and sexual harassment before finally touching on topics related to domestic violence.

  • 11. Sexual Harassment Discussion With Elizabeth Kristen Part 2


    by Victims of Crime Resource Center

    On the episode of the podcast, we continue our interview with Elizabeth Kristen about sexual harassment. Elizabeth is the Director of the Gender Equity &LGBT Rights Program at Legal Aid at Work. In part two of the discussion, Elizabeth gives some examples of what sexual harassment looks like in several different contexts, and she shares some examples of real life cases. Elizabeth also examines the differences between sexual assault and sexual harassment before finally touching on topics related to domestic violence

  • 2. Domestic Violence Discussion With Jaya Badiga Part 1


    by Victims of Crime Resource Center

    In part one of this two part podcast, Jaya Badiga of the Badiga Law Firm joins us for a conversation about domestic violence. We discuss how power and control dynamics impact domestic violence, and the definition of “Abuse.” Jaya also provides an overview of gaslighting. Next, we turn our attention to the impact technology has on domestic violence. Finally, Jaya talks about some of the warning signs of domestic violence including the cycle of violence, and some of the common misconceptions around domestic violence.

    California Victim Compensation Board: 1-800-777-9229
    Family Violence Appellate Project: http://fvaplaw.org/
    National Network to End Domestic Violence: https://nnedv.org/
    Courts.ca.gov