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NCFM New Release: Battered Men, Too, Are Hurt by Budget Cuts

August 11, 2009
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NCFM New Release: Battered Men, Too, Are Hurt by Budget Cuts

http://www.eworldwire.com/pressreleases/211145 National Coalition For Men Internet: http://www.ncfm.org Company Information : National Coalition For Men P.O. Box 41291 Los Angeles, CA 90041 USA Ph. (818) 907-9383 Media Contacts: Marc Angelucci, Esq 818-907-9383 Battered Men, Too, Are Hurt By California Budget Cuts To Domestic Violence Services, Announces National Coalition For Men Male victims should not be...
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NCFM Thanked by D.A. Who Removes Sex Biased DV “Facts” from Police Training Video

July 1, 2009
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NCFM’s San Diego Chapter, though NCFM President Harry Crouch, recently succeeded in getting the San Diego District Attorney to remove false, gender-biased material from their new police training video on domestic violence, such as the myth that domestic violence is primarily male-on-female and is a leading cause of death for women.  The story, including a letter from the District Attorney thanking NCFM,...
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University of Chicago prints NCFM letter supporting men’s group on campus

June 13, 2009
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http://www.chicagomaroon.com/2009/6/2/men-in-power-reflects-larger-rights-movement?headline_num=1   6/2/09   Dear Editor   I was so happy to read about the student group “Men in Power” in the Chicago Tribune. Groups like this are part of a growing, global men’s rights movement that advocates for equal treatment of men in areas such as child custody, domestic violence policies, reproductive rights,...
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NCFM VP Marc Angelucci’s article “Rihanna-Brown incident an example of double standards in attitudes toward partner abuse” published in L.A. Wave

March 19, 2009
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L.A. Wave Newspaper, which focuses on the African-American community in Los Angeles, prints op ed by NCFM board member: “Rihanna-Brown incident an example of double standards in attitudes toward partner abuse.” http://www.wavenewspapers.com/opinion/op-ed/41340702.html: “If anything can be learned from the recent violence between Chris Brown and Rihanna, it is the sheer double standard that male victims...
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Reproductive Rights

January 11, 2009
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Men’s reproductive rights include issues such as false paternity claims or paternity fraud, adoption rights, abortion, rights over frozen embryos, choice for men, etc. The American Association of Blood Banks reports that, out of 300,000 DNA paternity tests performed annually, 30% exclude the man as the biological dad. Over 70% of paternity judgments in...
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Health

January 11, 2009
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The American Journal of Public Health (5/03) has declared that men are in a “silent health crisis.” Almost every chronic illness affects men more often than women. Men account for 80-95% of homeless adults, job deaths and suicide deaths, are more likely than women to have mental disabilities but less likely to be treated...
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