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NCFM Members Continue Educating Congress About Much Needed Violence Against Women Act Reforms

February 1, 2011
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NCFM Members Continue Educating Congress About Much Needed Violence Against Women Act Reforms

The Foggy Bottom Metro station escalator ended with wind whipping snow and rain around me as I tried to button my wool coat. Having just arrived in Washington D.C. from San Diego my brain rejected the cold until I mistakenly stepped in a puddle of ice and water sending shock waves from feet to...
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Why don’t we value men the same as we value women?

December 16, 2010
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Why don’t we value men the same as we value women?

Imagine in tragedies if white (Caucasians) deaths were considered more significant when the Titanic went down than that of other races. How do we decide that one group has more value than another. What if a...
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Domestic Violence

January 11, 2009
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Domestic Violence

NO LESS than 35% of domestic violence victims are male victims. So why do virtually all government, corporate, nonprofit, and private donation money for  domestic violence money go to women? Male victims of domestic violence have been seriously neglected in public policy, outreach and services. But they are not rare at all. They’re just...
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