The peer-reviewed articles in this second fall issue of Family Violence Prevention and Health Practice Ejournal address a broad spectrum of family violence issues. Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a health disparities issue that affects families from every ethnicity and cultural background. There is, however, a dearth of research on the interface between IPV, ethnicity, culture, and health. A qualitative study by Dr. Sloane Burke and colleagues provides invaluable insight into Latina women’s experiences with victimization by an intimate partner. A case study by Dr. Christine Murray and colleagues describes how community-based participatory research can provide leadership opportunities for women who create resistance strategies that are culturally and socially responsive to their communities.