Why is the U.S. Senate Playing Politics with Violence Against Women?

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Why is the U.S. Senate Playing Politics with Violence Against Women?

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

by Gloria Lau Chief Executive Officer, YWCA USA As an organization dedicated to improving the lives of all women and as the largest provider of battered women’s shelters and domestic violence services in the U.S., the YWCA is deeply disheartened by the increasing politicization of women’s health and safety by our elected officials.  As the… Continue Reading Why is the U.S. Senate Playing Politics with Violence Against Women?

“One” Love: Yeardley Love Murder Sheds Light on Campus Domestic Violence

Monday, May 9, 2011

by Rhonda Bishop YWCA USA Advocacy Associate As 2010 graduates are approaching their first full year out of undergrad, many have settled into post-undergrad careers all over the country—but there is one student whose vibrant potential was silenced last year. This week marks the one-year anniversary of University of Virginia lacrosse athlete Yeardley Love’s murder.… Continue Reading “One” Love: Yeardley Love Murder Sheds Light on Campus Domestic Violence