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No matter what our experience is or where we live, rights and respect are the way to safer and more prosperous communities. Whether you’re a teacher, student, community activist or survivor, you’ll find materials you can use to help change attitudes and end violence against women and children worldwide.
The Guardian, July 30, 2014: Victims of domestic abuse and gun violence have gathered in Washington DC to recount their stories during a first-of-its-kind Senate hearing on how to keep guns out of the hands of abusive partners.
New Republic, July 23, 2014: More than 1,000 refugee children are arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border each week, largely from the violent “Northern Triangle” of El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras. The President has labeled it, quite correctly...
Bleacher Report, July 24, 2014: Go back in time, to a casino and an elevator. Ray Rice emerges with a woman in his arms. She's motionless as he hauls her out of the elevator, like she's a sack of potatoes, and drops her body to the ground. Plop.