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Unfortunately, Project Woman, as well as other domestic violence shelter organizations around the state, have been targeted by Malware...

Together we can shine the light of awareness on domestic violence and say, “NO MORE!”

The word Advocate has its origins in Medieval Latin meaning “summon, call to one’s aid.” Today we know that a fundamental part of advocacy is to lend support to someone’s voice...

Memorial Day may mean a lot of different things to each person but it originated as a day to remember and honor those who have died in service to our country...

The spirit of Wednesday’s Woman is what drives the women’s movement, ending gender-based violence, and ensuring that we continue forward!

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM)...

The women who have paved a path to where we stand today are our She-roes!

The National Task Force to End Sexual and Domestic Violence (“NTF”) applauds Congress for their support for victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking...

This morning, over a cup of coffee, I was considering the Women’s Movement...

The spirit of Wednesday’s Woman is what drives the women’s movement, ending gender-based violence, and ensuring that we continue forward!

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Last Sunday night, a 25-year-old Cleveland woman called 9-1-1 and, through her screams, told the dispatcher she’d stabbed Joshua Noble in self-defense after he’d choked her...

Domestic violence is not a new phenomenon, yet society has only recently begun to recognize the tragedy of violence against women as a social problem of extraordinary proportions...

By 1970, second-wave feminists had inspired women and men across the United States. Whether in politics, in the media, in academia or in private households, women’s liberation was a hot topic of the day...

The spirit of Wednesday’s Woman is what drives the women’s movement, ending gender-based violence, and ensuring that we continue forward...

Just as the abolitionist movement made nineteenth-century women more aware of their lack of power and encouraged them to form the first women’s rights movement–sometimes called first-wave feminism–the protest movements of the 1960s inspired many women to create their own organized movement...

The spirit of Wednesday’s Woman is what drives the women’s movement, ending gender-based violence, and ensuring that we continue forward...

The spirit of Wednesday’s Woman is what drives the women’s movement, ending gender-based violence, and ensuring that we continue forward...

Though the 1950s was in many ways a period of conformity with traditional gender roles, it was also a decade of change, when discontent with the status quo was emerging...

The spirit of Wednesday’s Woman is what drives the women’s movement, ending gender-based violence, and ensuring that we continue forward!

The spirit of Wednesday’s Woman is what drives the women’s movement, ending gender-based violence, and ensuring that we continue forward! This week’s Wednesday’s Woman is Victoria Woodhull...

Feminism is the belief that women have the same rights as men and should be treated accordingly...

The women’s suffrage movement was only one element of our journey toward equality and equity. This journey, known as the Women’s Movement, was just getting started when it suddenly began to falter...

The spirit of Wednesday’s Woman is what drives the women’s movement, ending gender-based violence, and ensuring that we continue forward...

The following article is from: ozy.com...

The following article is from the National Alliance to End Sexual Violence...

The effort to gain equality and equity for women did not begin with earning the right to vote nor did it end with it! But the journey to gain the right to vote would span 144 years and is one filled with distraction, controversy, and violence...

Wednesday’s Woman! By Laura Baxter, Executive Director...

It’s October 1st – the first Monday of October and it is our first in a series for Domestic Violence Awareness Month called Monday Matters...

I am always excited to find new ways that people are speaking up and taking action to let survivors know they are not alone...

I was at a party with friends. I stepped outside to get some air. It was so hot in there. The music was very loud. The …

Lifeline is a federal program created in 1985 to help low-income consumers afford telephone service...

You can call me J. I guess I was missing for a long time. I didn’t realize it until my mom and I were sitting together …

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