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NCFM speaks at UCLA School of Law for 4th year in a row

November 11, 2008
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On November 10, 2008, UCLA School of Law invited NCFM attorney Marc Angelucci to be a guest speaker for the fourth year in a row to students in a Human Rights and Sexual Politics seminar.  As always, he discussed the history and basic philosophy of NCFM and the men’s movement in general, briefly covering issues of such as fathers’ rights, male victims of domestic violence or rape, false accusations of abuse, criminal sentencing disparities, men’s health, male bashing, and other issues, including misandry and anti-male discrimination in general.  This time he also discussed NCFM’s recent California appellate victory in Woods v. Shewry.  The students were very engaged and receptive, and, as always, asked good questions.  Every year they are even more receptive than in previous years, and this year was no exception. 

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