domestic violence

Via: elev8.com October is recognized as “Domestic Violence Awareness Month”. It can happen to anyone, yet the problem is often overlooked, excused, or denied.

And although it’s too late for her sister, Hall is out sharing her personal story in an effort to help younger women. Hall also works with Day One, a New York City organization dedicated to the issue of teen domestic violence. As part of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Hall recently hosted Day One’s fundraiser and did a story on her new show, “News Nation with Tamron Hall,” about the issue of domestic violence

Christian filmmaker Olivia Klaus goes inside California prisons to hear the stories of survivors of domestic violence who killed their husbands.

Police initially labeled the incident a battery domestic case. The arrest report about the scuffle is similar to an account Harris provided Thursday to obtain a Clark County Family Court protection order against Mayweather.

Written by Noelle Sewell <img src="http://praisehouston.com/files/2009/11/domestic-violence.jpg" alt="domestic-violence" width="426" height="282" class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-123871" /> Via: <a href="http://www.dasouth.com/features/columns/2169-tackling-domestic-violence-in-the-church">Dasouth.com</a> Surprised? Not!! As the commemoration of Domestic Violence Awareness Month comes to a close I thought that it would helpful for people to understand why many pastors do not want to talk about this issue with their congregations. I can give at least four reasons why they don’t want to address it.