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Nov
09
2017
Nov 09, 2017
#MeToo: Men are listening, but are they speaking out?
While the tsunami aspect of #MeToo has subsided many strong currents have been set in motion. Nothing may be the same again. We hope.
Oct
26
2017
Oct 26, 2017
Hashtag Me Too: Changing the trajectory of healing
Most women who’ve been abused have a feeling of humiliation, even shame, and find it difficult to talk about their painful experiences. #Me Too has become a route to break free...
Sep
30
2017
Sep 30, 2017
Heralding the Domestic Violence Awareness Month, news of a drive in the right direction.
The Saudi women’s long struggle to overcome gender-repressive laws is seeing results, thanks to a more ‘liberal’ King. By his decree, women will be legally allowed to drive on public roads by 2018.
Sep
08
2017
Sep 08, 2017
Safety is a sensor hidden in clothing that alerts others when you are assaulted…
Among the many devices being designed to keep women safe from violence is the sensor strip developed by MIT researcher Manisha Mohan.
Aug
17
2017
Aug 17, 2017
Did you know? State assistance for women abused or abandoned by their US citizen/ green card holding husbands.
Two important Acts women survivors should know - one permits you to petition for permission to work, or for a green card. The second permits you independent status for filing tax returns.
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