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Johanna Crawford was volunteering for a domestic violence shelter in 2003 when she answered a hot line call she will never forget.

Johanna Crawford was volunteering for a domestic violence shelter in 2003 when she answered a hot line call she will never forget.

An unfathomable scenario: Choosing between feeding your child or changing her diaper. In the United States, one in three mothers have had to make that choice.  --> a must read.

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An unfathomable scenario: Choosing between feeding your child or changing her diaper. In the United States, one in three mothers have had to make that choice. --> a must read.

25 Pics that will Restore Your Faith in Humanity

25 Pics that will Restore Your Faith in Humanity

Dollar-a-Slice Pizza Shop in Philly Becomes Pay-it-Forward Mecca - Good News Network

Seven Ways to Support Prisoners http://www.truth-out.org/opinion/item/29025-seven-ways-to-support-people-in-prison

Seven Ways to Support Prisoners http://www.truth-out.org/opinion/item/29025-seven-ways-to-support-people-in-prison

Hitting Home: The hard truth about Australia's domestic violence crime wave. It's hard to imagine in Australia today there are places where women and children live protected by sensor alarms and security cameras. But forty years after the first refuge opened in Sydney's inner-west, the need for emergency shelter is as strong as ever.

Hitting Home: The hard truth about Australia's domestic violence crime wave. It's hard to imagine in Australia today there are places where women and children live protected by sensor alarms and security cameras. But forty years after the first refuge opened in Sydney's inner-west, the need for emergency shelter is as strong as ever.

Next Door seeks “to end domestic violence in the moment and for all time.”  Next Door promotes safety for battered women and their children through emergency shelter; multiple points of entry for victims; individuals, system and institutional advocacy; crisis intervention; education for victims and the community; and the changing of community norms through prevention activities.

Next Door seeks “to end domestic violence in the moment and for all time.” Next Door promotes safety for battered women and their children through emergency shelter; multiple points of entry for victims; individuals, system and institutional advocacy; crisis intervention; education for victims and the community; and the changing of community norms through prevention activities.

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