Recent high-profile murders spark conversations regarding college womens’ safety
Thirteen percent of women in college have reported being stalked with 80% of survivors stating that they knew their stalker, according to Know Your IX, a project of Advocates for Youth.
Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus
Lockdown in Puerto Rico puts victims of domestic violence at risk
For women who are experiencing gender-based violence, a mandatory lockdown traps them with their abusers, giving them less opportunities to escape physical and verbal abuse.
Local Nonprofit Hosts Panel for Domestic Violence Awareness
By Elizabeth Arakelian October is Domestic Violence Awareness month and Queens based nonprofit Turning Point held a press conference to […]
Partisan divide threatens future of Violence Against Women Act
Although a bipartisan coalition passed the original act, reauthorization efforts have disintegrated into accusations of election politicking by both parties.
Domestic abuse survivor gives back
Wanda Roman, who escaped an abusive relationship, now counsels other domestic violence survivors.
To protest domestic abuse, a 7-mile march
Domestic violence survivors, some wearing wedding veils, and anti-abuse advocates marched 7 miles through the Bronx.