Violence Against Women: A Social Disease with an Identifiable Cause

As the news from Cleveland, Ohio and the sexual assaults in the military continue to horrify us, I have the nagging sense that we are profoundly and dangerously naive to be shocked at the brutality that went on in the Seymour Avenue home in Cleveland and on our nation's military bases. Continue reading this article by Cheryl Thomas, director of The Advocates for Human Rights' Women's Human Rights Program.

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