Friday, February 19, 2021

Kansas City Fights Domestic Beat Downs

Along with the rest of the nation, this cowtown endures a dramatic COVID spike in domestic drama as people locked up together with nowhere to go are increasingly taking out their misery on each other.

Here's a PR campaign that might not help but at least offers more awareness of the problem.

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Local Group Using Billboards to Reach Survivors of Domestic Violence

In July 2016, Caroline Hammond decided she was going to stop playing it small and start changing the world. In the beginning of Hammond's eight-year relationship with the man who would become her abuser, it was all candy and flowers.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

the reall problem with abused women is that they just don't know how to listen.

Anonymous said...

^^^

LOL. A woman hasn't talked to you voluntarily for 20 years. Good luck.

Anonymous said...

Anti domestic abuse non profit corporations are a dime-a-dozen. A dime-a-hundred, even. The short article mentions several others existing.

This lady has started yet another one

So be sure and donate to these many duplicative organizations so their directors can pay themselves, it is such important work.