As Thomasita Moore marched toward the DMV on East 125th Street Friday afternoon her heart began to pound. Continue Reading →
Harlem man Joe Budden is a wanted man. But that hasn’t stopped him from keeping up a regular tweeting schedule. Continue Reading →
A New York City man convicted of killing his girlfriend in a brutal attack with knives, a candlestick and a pillowcase around her neck has been sentenced to 23 years to life in prison. Continue Reading →
Black women face a disproportionate share of fatal domestic violence in America, according to the new Violence Policy Center (VPC) report When Men Murder Women: An Analysis of 2011 Homicide Data. Continue Reading →
Our Spring Women’s Empowerment for Survivors and Victims training explores how family violence shapes personal and social lives, and teaches techniques for direct service providers and people interested in leading a women’s support group to empower and heal survivors and victims. Continue Reading →
At Judson Church on Thompson street in downtown Manhattan, there is a slow trickle of women in red and pink leg warmers and hoodies entering the dimly lit auditorium. Continue Reading →
Sister Mary Nerney, who dedicated her life to incarcerated women and victims of domestic violence, died of cancer Wednesday. She was 75. Continue Reading →
By Walter Rutledge
Tearing Down the Walls is a new musical by Daniel Beaty. The production began a limited run at The Riverside Theatre on May 12th and will run until May 29th. Continue Reading →
Although, it never appears easy to discuss issues surrounding life as a Domestic Violence victim, I find it extremely important at this stage of my life to speak out now for other recovering survivors.
Well, at the tender age of seven years old I landed in New York City, a city many considered thriving with opportunities for new living and a host of other assortments made to enhance an individual’s productivity.