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By guidedtosafety on October 30, 2013
Another Month, Another 50 Women Dead by Martha BurkHuff Post October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, but most people are in fact unaware. One reason is that Republicans in congress frittered away most of the month by closing the government and creating a manufactured crisis over the debt ceiling. But the statistics on domestic violence […]
By guidedtosafety on October 28, 2013
An article from the Press Democrat, by Sonoma County YWCA ED Madeleine Keegan O’Connell. Close to Home: Domestic violence is never far away If you believe, as I do, that if Kevin Bacon resided in Sonoma County, his “Six Degrees of Separation” would be more like 2, and considering that 25 percent of families are […]
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By guidedtosafety on October 27, 2013
In Love and in Danger: a teen’s guide to breaking free of abusive relationships With one out of three adolescents experiencing some form of physical, emotional/verbal, or sexual abuse by a boyfriend or girlfriend, our youth need to know where they can turn for help. In Love and in Danger, by MSW Barry Levy, is […]
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By guidedtosafety on October 22, 2013
From the October 21, 2013 Press Democrat’s “Letters to the Editor …” Domestive Violence EDITOR: October marks Domestic Violence Awareness Month. As we pause to reflect on the toll this crime takes on our community, we realize that one in four women will be a victim. At a recent luncheon in Santa Rosa, California Supreme […]
Posted in California Lawmakers, community support, control, District Attorney, domestic violence, economic independence, education, Family Justice Center, Gender Equality, healthy relationships, intimate partner violence, Jill Ravitch, media, One Billion Rising, power, rape, relationship abuse, relationship violence, respect, survivors, Uncategorized, V-Day Petaluma, VAWA, victims, Violence Against Women Act, War on Women, women, Womens Rights, YWCA | Leave a response