Today the young singer, actress and advocate Jasmine V tells us how domestic violence has impacted her journey and why she feels we should all get involved.
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Activist Malika Saada Saar, director of the Human Rights Project for Girls (Rights4Girls), shares her thoughts during our #SeeDV Campaign.
The National Domestic Violence Hotline (NDVH) announced that it has received a
$200,000 gift for 2013 from the Avon Foundation for Women to support NDVH’s efforts.
President of NDVH issued a statement today regarding t-shirts offered for sale by the company, Solid Gold Bomb. The t-shirts that were available for sale up for sale read, “Keep Calm and Rape On” and “Keep Calm and Hit Her.”
Last night’s Law and Order SVU told a familiar story — one of a young pop princess being brutally beaten by her baby-faced singer boyfriend. It was very similar to Rihanna and Chris Brown’s experiences.
President of NDVH, Katie Ray-Jones, issued the following statement today regarding the passage of the Violence Against Women Act.
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