In this Tuesday, March 26, 2019 photo, Marcia Olivo, executive director of Miami Workers Center, an organization that works closely with survivors of domestic violence, works at the nonprofit's headquarters, in Miami, Fla. The organization helped shape the language of a bill currently in the Florida Legislature, that if passed, would grant victims of domestic violence the right to receive unemployment compensation. According to data, 41 states across the U.S. provide unemployment benefits to victims of domestic violence. Ellis Rua / Associated Press
The recent case of a Little Village mother and daughter fatally shot in their home highlights the need for greater protections for survivors of domestic abuse.
Reset talks with folks who work with survivors about how society can step up to better assist and protect them.
GUESTS: Stephanie Love-Patterson, executive director of Connections for Abused Women and their Children (CAWC)
Maralea Negron, director of policy, advocacy, and research at The Network