Friday, July 17, 2009
You May Think Domestic Violence Has Nothing to Do with You
"I lost my best friend."--Kriquette Davis, 41, associate executive director of the Goldsboro Family YMCA, North CarolinaMy dear friend, Karen Crawford, was murdered by her partner, Peter Matson, on January 1, 2006.
Yes, You Can Stop Violence Against Women
It's unanimous: We all want violence against women to stop. In fact, nine out of 10 women said that ending domestic violence and sexual assault should be the top priority for a new women's movement (according to the Center for the Advancement of Women) -- and also for every politician. There are ways you can make this happen -- for one woman, and for all.
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