The Hotline CEO Sheryl Cates was in New York today and made an appearance on New York City’s Fox 5 Morning News Show.
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Former New York District Attorney and County Court Judge Jeanine Pirro is partnering with the hotline in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM).
The Hotline and Capital Metro have partnered to raise public awareness about the issue by advertising The Hotline number on the sides of three buses.
Women’s groups, including National Domestic Violence Hotline CEO Sheryl Cates, gathered at Vice President Joe Biden’s home Tuesday night to toast the 15th anniversary of landmark legislation aimed at eliminating violence against women.
With October approaching, domestic violence advocates across the nation are preparing for the 22nd annual observance of Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM).
Buying a pair of shoes at any Marshalls store between October 1 and 15, 2009 will benefit the Hotline. As part of the Marshalls Shop ’til It Stops program, $1 will be donated to the Hotline for each pair of shoes sold.
Writer, activist and author Kevin Powell discusses ending violence against women and girls.
Sheryl Cates, CEO of the National Domestic Violence Hotline was recently interviewed by MTV in regards to Chris Brown’s most recent television appearance on Larry King Live.
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