This Population Policy Series Brief focuses on survivors from communities of color, including Black, Latino, Asian and Pacific Islander (API), and immigrant survivors. While “women of color” stands for many unique populations, there is an advantage to examining these groups together and accounting for the common sources of their economic insecurity. Past and present discrimination, lack of support from faith institutions and memberships, distrust of law enforcement and service providers who historically have not been culturally competent, and race based material disenfranchisement have hindered survivors of color from seeking support and safety.