Our dear friend, Glenda Crosley, passed away last night from a brief battle with pancreatic cancer. With the recent passage of the Sin by Silence laws, there were many people working hard to see possible freedom within the next year for this survivor. Our hearts are broken. We find solace in the fact that you […]
After many hearings and meetings at the California Capitol, over 55,000 petition signatures and countless calls into the Governor’s office, Glenda Virgil was released from prison on June 25, 2013. Thank You Message CBS News Coverage Click here to donate and help Glenda Virgil on her journey >> Click here to read […]
We’re celebrating being a 2012 recipient of The Mary Byron Project’s “Celebrating Solutions Award.” For the 10th year in a row the Mary Byron Project has selected four organizations to receive their “Celebrating Solutions” awards. These groups are recognized for innovations that demonstrate promise in breaking the cycle of domestic violence. Local and national […]
On September 4th and 5th, Dr. Drew discussed the crisis of domestic violence, the injustice of incarcerated battered women, and how the Sin by Silence legislation is making history. Full Episode Followup Segment Take action to ensure Governor Brown signs the Sin by Silence Bills into California law by Sept. 30th >>
Sin by Silence is already inspiring many! Yet, when Douglas Seaton stumbled upon our site he left with a conviction to do something! Douglas writes… “Jean August Dominique Ingres painted The Valpincon Bather in 1808. 200 years later, it remains a totemic work… As a painter, it is a challenge… an image only attempted by […]
“In violence we forget who we are.” ~ Mary McCarthy Never forget that you are a woman of worth! A woman that deserves respect! A woman that needs love!