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They’re small pins, only about an inch tall, but they deliver a powerful message about domestic abuse.
Those who wear them have pledged to never commit, condone or remain silent about violence against women and children.
“The bruises, scratches and bumps on my head where it was rammed into a wall or the floor – those have all long since healed. But it’s the emotional/mental scars, I think they will be a long time coming in healing, if that ever happens.”
These are the words of Teri (not her real name), a domestic abuse survivor who moved to a Douglas County community shortly after her abuser was jailed two years ago.
Did you know that in some parts of the world it is perfectly acceptable for a man to beat his wife?
There is the belief out there that if a man hits his wife, she must’ve done something to deserve it; and, that it is not the job of the government to step in and do anything about it.
Parents should know if their children have been abused in schools, the Minnesota House unanimously decided Tuesday, reacting to news that a couple did not know a teacher mistreated their Down syndrome son until nearly two years after it occurred.
By Don Davis, State Capitol Bureau
, April 09, 2010
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