On this episode of the en(gender)ed #SurvivorStories series, we speak with Nanette Chezum, a survivor of officer involved domestic violence or domestic abuse with a police officer. We speak with Nanette about her experience as a survivor, the response from law enforcement, and how her experience was both informed and enabled by a culture of sexism, misogyny, and victim-blaming in law enforcement that intersects with police brutality across the country. We also explore the relevance of proposed reforms such as “defunding the police” and “restorative justice” to building a culture of accountability for abuse.
During our conversation, Nanette and I referenced the following resources and topics:
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