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By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Overwhelming Evidence Shows Racial Slur Causes Violence to Children

By Focus On Healing Wellness Institute
Are We As A Nation Purposefully Set On Destroying Our Youth?

By The Support Group
For a quarter century, amidst decades of urban decay and challenges in some of Chicago’s toughest neighborhoods, The Support Group (TSG) has stood as a strong anchor in the community.

By Man of the Hour Magazine
Check out the latest short film to be featured on Man of the Hour, "Tied Up" from Director José Venutolo.

By IDF Training
Melbourne, Australia Wednesday 24th July, 2014 Tensions are high in many communities worldwide due to the current situation between Israel and Hamas with at least one anti-semitic attack on a local Jewish man in Caulfield, Melbourne as well as...

By Shoya's Writings
Society Says:Pretending To Be Perfect In An Imperfect World Sequel to the popular book, Goodbye Don't Always Mean Gone which was depicted on stage at the award-winning, Love's Got A Hold On Me stage play.

By Emerald Group Publishing
New book from Emerald explores gender and violence on an international and domestic level

By Liberation Brew-Satyagraha
Eco-feminist author and activist, River Smith, (at troublemakingpunk.org) is now claiming that manhood is at fault for all the violence in the world.

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Disagreeing with comments made by Richard Friedman in a recent New York Times op-ed piece, Mary Ellen O'Toole, PhD, states that there is “a critical and significant difference” between being able to predict and prevent mass shootings.

By Strategic Book Group
After surviving the pain of a relationship gone bad and so much that others did not believe, the author “decided to put it down in black and white, and to tell my story to all.” The Devil in His Blue Eyes documents the true story of an abusive...

By Amarok Productions
Award winning anti-violence short film "The Painter" competes for top honors in PBS Shorts Showcase.

By Protecting the Homeland Innovations, LLC
School administration and guidance staff, law enforcement and security professionals, and municipal leaders are encouraged to attend a day-long training that addresses the causes, visible symptoms and proactive solutions.

By Reveal NYC
Day-long makeover and photo shoot planned for women from NYC-based shelters; Marciano (division of GUESS? Inc.), BCBG, Maybelline, Garnier Fructis, Forever 21 and others among generous donors providing time and resources

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers has announced the publication of six articles from Violence and Gender, a new peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the understanding, prediction, and prevention of violence.

By Julia Cook
Cook’s 51 Books Help Parents and Educators Teach Coping and Social Skills to Kids

By Emerald Group Publishing
New research critically examines the use of sport to promote co-existence and social development in fractured societies

By INCITE
10th & 11th October, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. Organized by International center for intellectual training & empowerment (INCITE)

By New Way Press
Teaches Life Changing Secrets after Receiving Governor's Pardon

By Marquee Media and Marketing
Kevin Cooper’s film “The Painter” makes its NYC premiere at UrbanWorld Film Festival this month.

By Wingspan Seminars LLC
Wingspan Seminars focuses on strengthening relationships while creating positive environments.

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By UNICEF RO for CEE/CIS
MINSK, 12 November 2014 – For thousands of children across Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia, violence is a daily reality. More than two thirds of children in the region have experienced violence at some point in their lives.

By Marilyn Redmond Books
Marilyn Redmond lived through and transformed a life rooted in domestic violence. During this series of four interviews, hear how Marilyn lived through both her childhood of violence and her subsequent marriage of domestic violence.

By Peace Islands Institute
Gülen: I regret to say that some religious leaders and immature Muslims have no other weapon to hand than their fundamentalist interpretation of Islam. They use this to engage people in struggles that serve their own purposes.

By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Overwhelming Evidence Shows Racial Slur Causes Violence to Children

By Focus On Healing Wellness Institute
Are We As A Nation Purposefully Set On Destroying Our Youth?

By The Support Group
For a quarter century, amidst decades of urban decay and challenges in some of Chicago’s toughest neighborhoods, The Support Group (TSG) has stood as a strong anchor in the community.

By Man of the Hour Magazine
Check out the latest short film to be featured on Man of the Hour, "Tied Up" from Director José Venutolo.

By IDF Training
Melbourne, Australia Wednesday 24th July, 2014 Tensions are high in many communities worldwide due to the current situation between Israel and Hamas with at least one anti-semitic attack on a local Jewish man in Caulfield, Melbourne as well as...

By Shoya's Writings
Society Says:Pretending To Be Perfect In An Imperfect World Sequel to the popular book, Goodbye Don't Always Mean Gone which was depicted on stage at the award-winning, Love's Got A Hold On Me stage play.

By Emerald Group Publishing
New book from Emerald explores gender and violence on an international and domestic level

By Liberation Brew-Satyagraha
Eco-feminist author and activist, River Smith, (at troublemakingpunk.org) is now claiming that manhood is at fault for all the violence in the world.

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Disagreeing with comments made by Richard Friedman in a recent New York Times op-ed piece, Mary Ellen O'Toole, PhD, states that there is “a critical and significant difference” between being able to predict and prevent mass shootings.

By Strategic Book Group
After surviving the pain of a relationship gone bad and so much that others did not believe, the author “decided to put it down in black and white, and to tell my story to all.” The Devil in His Blue Eyes documents the true story of an abusive...

By Amarok Productions
Award winning anti-violence short film "The Painter" competes for top honors in PBS Shorts Showcase.

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
In many recent incidents of premeditated mass shooting the perpetrators have been male and dressed in black, and may share other characteristics that could be used to identify potential shooters before they commit acts of mass violence.

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
A multidisciplinary expert panel explores the possible reasons for high incidence of these crimes, especially in the U.S., and the motives of the young male perpetrators.

By Protecting the Homeland Innovations, LLC
School administration and guidance staff, law enforcement and security professionals, and municipal leaders are encouraged to attend a day-long training that addresses the causes, visible symptoms and proactive solutions.

By Reveal NYC
Day-long makeover and photo shoot planned for women from NYC-based shelters; Marciano (division of GUESS? Inc.), BCBG, Maybelline, Garnier Fructis, Forever 21 and others among generous donors providing time and resources

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers has announced the publication of six articles from Violence and Gender, a new peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the understanding, prediction, and prevention of violence.

By Julia Cook
Cook’s 51 Books Help Parents and Educators Teach Coping and Social Skills to Kids

By Emerald Group Publishing
New research critically examines the use of sport to promote co-existence and social development in fractured societies

By INCITE
10th & 11th October, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. Organized by International center for intellectual training & empowerment (INCITE)

By Dating Mechanics LLC.
Singles in Hampton Roads take action to change the appalling marriage statistics and uphold the “Virginia is for Lovers” slogan.

By New Way Press
Teaches Life Changing Secrets after Receiving Governor's Pardon

By Marquee Media and Marketing
Kevin Cooper’s film “The Painter” makes its NYC premiere at UrbanWorld Film Festival this month.

By Wingspan Seminars LLC
Wingspan Seminars focuses on strengthening relationships while creating positive environments.

By The SheRise Enterprise
Wesley Jonathan, Aldis Hodge, Edwin Hodge, Shawn Carter Peterson, Teck Holmes, Eric Bivens-Bush and others to taking a visible stand against violence after the shooting death of Trayvon Martin and the verdict in George Zimmerman’s trial.

By Frame Productions Ltd
Frame Productions, in association with Mayo Women's Support Services and the Mayo Rape Crisis Centre, have launched a Fund It campaign to produce a series of videos aimed at raising awareness of domestic and sexual abuse against women.


By Strategic Book Group
In his groundbreaking new book "SSTOP School Shooter Threat Onset Predictive: The Pathology of Bullying, Violence in Schools and the School Shooter Syndrome," Dr. Robert Sneider takes on the topic that has exploded in the headlines.

By Strategic Book Group
"Honey, I’m Home" is the chilling story of what happens all too often behind closed doors.

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Delving into controversial and unsettling subjects such as the gender basis of violence, the new journal Violence and Gender, launching in fall 2013, will explore the difficult issues that are vital to threat assessment and prevention of violence.

By Conscious Music Entertainment
Daughter of music icon Ray Charles, 'Sheila Raye Charles,' rises above her own life and tragic life choices to spring back with a message of hope for humanities children.

By Epoch 5 Public Relations
Program airs for two weeks beginning Sunday, May 5, 2013 in NY and CT on Cablevision 29 and 137; and FiOS 296; and streaming simultaneously at...

By University of Missouri–St. Louis
International experts discuss prevention and intervention strategies at UMSL’s 12th annual Youth Violence Prevention...

By Sand Castle Communications, Karen Morris
Nora Armani, Festival Founding Artistic Director, announced today a new Film Festival that will launch in both New York City and Rensselaerville, New York on March 14-20,...

By Human Rights Congress for Bangladesh Minorities
Human Rights Congress for Bangladesh Minorities (HRCBM) is gravely concerned of the ongoing violence against religious minorities in Bangladesh.

By Strategic Book Group
There’s No Happy Ending in This Powerful Autobiography by Krisha Stanworth

By Not So Noble Books
Following a spectacular cover design competition for the book Marketing is Violence: A User Guide by Marianna Cage, we are pleased to say that London artist Helen Driver has won with a superb design.

By Professional Development Resources
Professional Development Resources, an accredited provider of online continuing education for psychologists, social workers, counselors, and marriage and family therapists, has released an online course called Children’s Exposure to Violence.

By Red Note A Time To Kill
Renee Williams inks new book about woman contract killer living double life as wife but find herself face with important decision.

By Professional Development Resources
Children’s Exposure to Violence is a 2-hour online CEU course that examines the alarming statistic that most of our society’s children are exposed to violence in their daily lives.

By XtraMedium Communications Group
Violence Stops Here 2k12 Showcase brings young people’s voices to the fore.

By scottfamilylaw.net
Celebrity Divorce Lawyer and Certified Family Law Specialist James Scott says that the first people to reconcile will be the perpetrators and victims of domestic violence.

By BookBuzz.net
New book by award-winning author and speaker, Andrea Foy teachers women about personal safety.

By Marquee Media and Marketing
Amarok Productions turn their cameras to the smoking guns to reveal a tragic take on how violence affects children.

By Not So Noble Books
For Marketing is Violence: A User Guide by Marianna Cage, Not so Noble Books is holding a cover design competition for artists and illustrators. The winner will see their work appear as the book's front cover and earn 10% of the book's sales.

By Not So Noble Books
Forget violent content, shock and fear appeals; new research by writer Marianna Cage argues that marketing itself is violence.

By Strategic Book Group
Coming from a violent and warring history, isn’t it time to lay down our swords and shields and embrace a peaceful future?

By Black Men Stand Up Movement - Minneapolis, MN
Community activist Berry Thomas in collaboration with the The Black Man Stand Up Movement and IBNN to hold meeting to address recent issues about community violence in north Minneapolis.

By Strategic Book Group
Thriller Follows 4 People as Their Lives Intersect with Deadly Consequences



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