House Explores Plan for Reducing Child Abuse and Neglect Fatalities in U.S.

Following Congressional Hearing, Government Accountability Office (GAO) Recommends Strengthening Data on Child Fatalities to Improve Prevention and Reduce Deaths WASHINGTON, DC (June 13, 2011) A congressional hearing held on July 12 about child deaths due to…Read More

Thank You For Your Efforts!

We did it! Thank you for making our petition drive a success. See today's press release to find out how your advocacy through signing our petition really worked. Congressional Hearing to Be Held Addressing Issue of Child Abuse Deaths in America Announcement…Read More

Tamara Tunie to Deliver Petition at Congressional Briefing

Press Advisory Law & Order SVU’s Tamara Tunie to Recognize Child Abuse Prevention Month in Washington, DC: Delivers Petition at Congressional Briefing on Child Abuse Deaths On April 5, 2011, Law and Order: Special Victims Unit star Tamara Tunie will…Read More

Tamara Tunie on the Today Show

Tamara Tunie will appear on the Today Show on behalf of the National Coalition to End Child Abuse Deaths to help raise awareness about the problem of child abuse deaths in the United States. Her appearance is scheduled for 10:45 on January 24th.

Tunie Announced as Official Celebrity Spokesperson for the National Coalition to End Child Abuse Deaths

"Law and Order: SVU" Star, Tamara Tunie Speaks Up for Kids, Asks Congress to Stop Child Abuse Deaths Washington, DC, January 18, 2011- Today, the National Coalition to End Child Abuse Deaths announced that Ms. Tunie is officially lending her star power to…Read More

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COALITION: END THE “NATIONAL MEDIA BLACKOUT” ON CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT DEATHS IN ORDER TO AID NEEDED REFORMS “National Epidemic” of Nearly 2,500 Deaths Each Year Covered Significantly Less at National Level Than Other Issues Involving Far Fewer Deaths;…Read More

Breaking News! Coalition highlights media blackout on child abuse and nelgect deaths

End the "National Blackout" on Child Abuse and Neglect Related Deaths on December 14, 2010 WASHINGTON, D.C.///December 14, 2010///Every death is tragic, but why does the national media in the U.S. ignore the nearly 2,500 deaths each year that result from…Read More
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