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Justice Department Awards $192.8 Million in Grants to Support Community Responses to Gender-Based Violence

On Wednesday, September 13, the Justice Department announced awards in the amount of $192.8 million in grants to support community responses to gender-based violence.  A quote from Attorney General Merrick B. Garland states, “We must confront the continued prevalence of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking in our country. Today the Justice Department is marking nearly three decades of the Violence Against Women Act by awarding $192.8 million in resources that will go directly to making our communities safer by supporting and gaining the trust of survivors and holding accountable those who have harmed them.”