Tag Archives: domestic violence

UWM Community Spotlight: Domestic Violence

Domestic violence is a really sticky, yucky, complicated idea that people just have a hard time grasping sometimes. [Heather] Domestic violence is when an individual, usually an intimate partner, exerts power and control over another partner. [Elizabeth] And there are studies that show us that domestic violence, or intimate partner abuse, starts as early as… Read More »

Service to New York’s Immigrant Communities

It’s not just a legal story. It’s a human story. It’s a beautiful country. It is. For gay people, For the LGBT communities – not that beautiful. I was tortured, Tortured by the police. I had no choice; I had to leave. Immigration, detention centers, the whole police officers and I was just scared. The… Read More »

Sac nonprofit gala celebrates 15 years of community service

KELLIE: — KELLIE: KELLIE: TONIGHT, A SACRAMENTO CHARITY CREDITED WITH HELPING HUMAN TRAFFICKING VICTIMS IS CELEBRATING A MAJOR MILESTONE. ♪ KELLIE: “MY SISTERS HOUSE” CELEBRATED BEING IN BUSINESS FOR 15 YEARS. ABOUT 500 PEOPLE ATTENDE TONIGHT’S GALA, WHICH INCLUDED A TRIBUTE TO PRINCE AND A BOLLYWOOD PERFORMANCE. “MY SISTER’S HOUSE” IS A