A great cause! lets understand that women as well as men can find themselves victims of domestic violence , and DV can ruin entire families and innocent children please support efforts to understand and treat this problem in our world.
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this is a very good cause.
Sometimes there are scars that can't be seen.
I have volunteer for the agency during one year. Very good agency that support both men and women. Especially more toward men than women. Excellent agency..
I am a survivor of years of domestic abuse. Now my son, who is 23 yrs old, is a victim. I have talked to him about it and he finally filed for divorce and custody of his 3 children. In Arkansas, the courts automatically side with the mother, and you have to be able to prove she is unfit and a danger to the children. No one here believes that a man can be abused by his girlfriend or wife. After watching my son's abuse and some minor abuse to his children, he decided to take the first step and get out. I am very proud of him.
An abusive person can look just like anyone else. They could be male or female. Religion based or not. Pretty or ugly. The signs are important, for the cycle of abuse will ultimately destroy you. Get out and get fit. Loose him or her before you loose you... "Follow the Saga".
Washington D.C. Family Preservation Civil Rights Movement Rally To Be Biggest Yet!
April 19, 2012 to April 22, 2012 promises to be bigger than past years for family rights activist, advocates, families, and leaders to come together in Washington, D.C.
The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) is up for reauthorization this year.
Despite its innocent-sounding name, the problem with VAWA is that it assails the family, the Constitution, and the economy. And it has failed to live up to its promises to help women – see: http://www.saveservices.org/downloads/VAWA-Has-It-Delivered-on-Its-Promises-to-Women.
Momentum is rapidly building as we continue to receive daily feedback from across the country for the Founding Fathers March scheduled for April 20, 2012 in Washington, D.C., which seeks to end discrimination against fathers and non-custodial mothers in childrearing laws, among other abuses. However, it’s time to get serious!
We are in urgent need of regional leaders to start organizing and growing the numbers for this event within their respective communities. There is simply no way that...
We are in urgent need of regional leaders to start organizing and growing the numbers for this event within their respective communities. There is simply no way that Dr. Koziol can do this entirely on his own without your help! The time for talking is over, it’s time for ACTION!
Our first priority is to have anyone who plans on participating in the march, register their full name, address, email, and area code/telephone number for communications purposes. All contact information will remain CONFIDENTIAL and will NOT be shared with outside parties. In addition, your information will show Dr. Koziol just who is serious about reforming current oppressive domestic relations laws. Once we receive your information, a steering committee will be formed to help coordinate the event. Your contact information should be sent to [email protected] no later than January 31, 2012. Be sure to include the words “Founding Fathers March Contact Information” in the subject line. Also, please feel free to include questions to be compiled for future communications regarding this event.
Our second priority is fundraising. Dr. Koziol has sacrificed a lucrative career in law which resulted in retaliation for taking up this particular cause for non-custodial parents. The truth is, he can no longer afford to pursue current test litigation cases and challenge current laws on the behalf of “parents similarly situated” without the necessary support of more than just a handful of constituents. Rest assured, he does not wish to abandon his efforts for this movement, but the time has come where he needs to reevaluate his future involvement in such. Therefore, we are asking anyone who plans on participating in the march to make a voluntary donation of at least $25 or more to help cover the cost and burden of litigation expenses that he has incurred on our behalf.
Please share this communication in its entirety with your contact list. Here is the link: http://wp.me/pXgi5-on.