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It’s not about the steak!

If you could have read my mind at the moment I read that, you would have heard it screaming, “It’s not about the steak!!!!!!!!” In my view, the reason that man beat his partner had nothing to do with the way she cooked his steak, and it had everything to do with power and control.

It’s not about the steak!
posted on: Sep 22, 2014 | author: admin

Guilty As Charged

Trials for children killed by abuse come and go – there are about 1600 of them each year in the United States, and there have been a startling number of them in Erie County NY in the last three years. Some result in convictions, some don’t. But with Eain Brooks, the community’s message of stopping child abuse will continue after the court room clears.

Guilty As Charged
posted on: Sep 21, 2014 | author: admin

Ray Rice – The Child Of An Adrian Pet...

For those who are familiar with my story, you know that I am intimately familiar with how it feels to lose a child. I also know the pain of learning that your child was murdered as the result of a horribly abusive incident. I simply cannot understand how a man whose child was murdered in this violent way can justify raising his hand to another one of his children. As I read more and more about the story, I felt as though I had entered some strange alternate reality. I couldn’t believe how bold this man was to believe he would not have to face the law after what he did.

Ray Rice – The Child Of An Adrian Peterson
posted on: Sep 17, 2014 | author: admin

Yes, you can hit my child

The Darlington County School District policy permits administrators to paddle students with permission from the child’s parent or guardian.

Yes, you can hit my child
posted on: Sep 16, 2014 | author: admin

Cutting NJ Deficits

THE FAILURE of Governor Christie and Democratic legislative leaders to find a constructive solution for the long- and short-term budget shortfalls led to our credit rating being downgraded, which will in turn exacerbate the problems with higher interest payments. We desperately need a solution that is politically feasible and realistic. The United States spends more than one trillion dollars annually as an unintended subsidy for domestic abusers. Implementation of best practices to prevent domestic violence would quickly save $500 billion annually.

Cutting NJ Deficits
posted on: Sep 9, 2014 | author: admin

Ray Rice Terminated

Today we are asking that people who never want to see a video like the one below please contact the NFL and ask them to take the pledge to end domestic violence.

Ray Rice Terminated
posted on: Sep 8, 2014 | author: admin

Faith Killing

The Tennessee Supreme Court will hear arguments today in the case of Jacqueline Crank, an East Tennessee woman sentenced to 11 months, 29 days of unsupervised probation after being convicted of child neglect in the 2002 cancer death her 15-year-old daughter, Jessica.

Faith Killing
posted on: Sep 4, 2014 | author: admin

Make some noise! Sign the bill Govern...

When everyone in a community with any role in dealing with domestic violence is given a solid understanding of it, the community gets safer.

Make some noise! Sign the bill Governor!
posted on: Aug 24, 2014 | author: admin

CPS: Re abusing the powerless victims...

If someone asked you your definition of credible evidence, what would you say? Would you say that medical records, photographs, psychologist’s report, and even a child’s statement is credible evidence? This agency says no, this is not credible evidence, because if it was the reports would have to be indicated.

CPS: Re abusing the powerless victims of child abuse
posted on: Aug 23, 2014 | author: admin

CAPTA 40 years later

The ACE study showed that all child abuse is a matter of life and death. The Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (CAPTA) turns 40 this year. It’s birth represented a milestone in our accepting of children’s rights and what is necessary to keep them healthy. After 40 years, CAPTA is still an essential tool to protect children, although newer research shows we’re harming children if we rely on it too heavily.

CAPTA 40 years later
posted on: Aug 21, 2014 | author: admin

Medical History

Despite what your attorney may tell you about how it will make you “look” if you refuse to release your records, consider this point, particularly when it comes to custody/visitation: if you were so “crazy” that you are not a fit parent, why did your partner never pursue this claim when you were together?

Medical History
posted on: Aug 21, 2014 | author: admin

What does safe feel like?

Now, the ACE research establishes that exposure to domestic violence creates catastrophic health consequences for children. The pressure from professionals who make their income responding to domestic violence custody cases, normal preferences for the status quo and reluctance to acknowledge widespread failures from existing practices are obstacles to creating the reforms needed to protect children.

What does safe feel like?
posted on: Aug 20, 2014 | author: admin

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