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Mayor Bill De Blasio
Brooklyn Fashion Week
Denim Jeans Against Sexual Violence
Denim Day is a campaign to prevent sexual violence through education and public awareness. April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and Denim Day is a call to action for all people to come together by wearing denim as a visible sign of protest against sexual violence.Denim Day is a campaign to prevent sexual violence through education and public awareness. April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and Denim Day is a call to action for all people to come together by wearing denim as a visible sign of protest against sexual violence.
My Body Is Mine
Women standing together in the fight against abuse.
“WE APPRECIATE EACH AND EVERYONE OF YOU”
Thank you everyone?
It takes a village not only to raise a child but to bring a community forward.
Men Against Domestic Violence first Annual Dinner. Hosted by, Mr. Ed Lover !
Men Against Domestic Violence Dinner. Many brave men stand with us in our figts against domestic violence. We also stand against men who are abused. Studies have shown men are less likely to seek help for spousal abuse.
Intimate partner violence (IPV) or domestic violence (DV) is often framed as a “woman’s issue” or “violence against women” generating the perception of males involved in violent relationships as the aggressor and more capable of inflicting injury or causing harm to their partner. Due to this set of beliefs called the “gender paradigm”, male victims are often met with disbelief or suspicion when they attempt to gain protection from a female partner, or access services. Male victims may also report difficulty in locating services specific to their needs, as help lines or shelters are targeted exclusively towards female victims. These issues and the implications for male victims will be discussed.
Thank you to Robert Cummins!
“DP” owner of the newly BROOKLYN CHOP HOUSE RESTAURANT and wonderful staff for opening his arms and restaurant in the month October to such an lavished brunch that cater to Face My Abuse Women’s of Domestic Violence Survivors.
Address: 150 Nassau St, New York, NY 10038
What Our Survivors Are Saying
Your kind words are truly appreciated. It is in these moments that we are more inspired in making a difference.
JACQUELINE, I CAN’T BEGAN TO THANK YOU ENOUGH FOR OPENING MY EYES TO NEW DOORS AND SUCH A CLEAR VISION IN TO MY LIFE JOURNEY.THANK YOU SO MUCH, YOU HAVE REALLY CHANGED MY LIFE COMPLETELY.
JACQUELINE, THANKS FOR ALL YOUR EMPOWERMENT . THE ONE PIECE THAT RESONATED IN ME WAS “DOES HE LOVE U ENOUGH TO WIPE YOUR BEHIND” THAT WAS A GOOD ONE.
THANK YOU STAY BLESSED.
Jackie you are amazing and continue to inspire me on so many levels. I can’t thank you enough!
FACE MY ABUSE has dedicated all of its efforts to raising awareness throughout the Brooklyn area with its sole purpose of eliminating domestic violence. As the Founder, in 2012, Rowe decided to raise the bar in her community and created the first annual walk in the name of domestic violence at Wingate park in Brooklyn, NY. She funded the campaign by herself, including reaching out to community leaders for support in being keynote speakers. She provided educational gift bags, beverages and food. The event concluded in a grand success with reaching 60- 70 attendees, giving each woman and teenage girl a forum to speak freely about their encounter with their abuser; while everyone took turns as we listened, cried, laughed and then walked. Everyone has a story.
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