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[i] This definition includes Black queer, trans, and gender non-conforming individuals who may also self-identify as girls and women. [ii] The Third Eye Collective doesn’t address only intimate partner violence and sexual assault of Black women. But our organizing efforts address a broader scope of gender violence against Black women from workplace violence, to street violence, to violence in the home, to police violence, to violence against women in prison. Further redefining “gender violence” is uncovering intimate partner violence against Black queer, trans and gender non-conforming individuals and the inclusion of violence used as a tool to police and define the boundaries of gender.