February 14, 2008, Massachusetts Massachusetts White Ribbon Day Jane Doe Inc. is inviting all men
to join its statewide primary prevention campaign to end violence against women. The White Ribbon Day will mobilize
men across Massachusetts to take a pledge not to commit, condone or remain silent about abuse.
The day was launched with support from “Ambassadors” including a former governor, state legislators, corporate
leaders and others. To sign up or learn more, visit http://www.janedoe.org/involved/involved_whiteribbonday.htm
American Psychological Association's
on Violence and Abuse in Relationships: Connecting Agendas and Forging New Directions
February 28 - 29, 2008 Hyatt Regency - Bethesda, MD
2. Mothers of Lost Children www.mothers-of-lost-children.com is a group patterned after the Argentine Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo (also known as Mothers of the Disappeared)
who became human rights activists after their adult children were abducted by the government, tortured, and in some cases
killed. Wearing white scarves, they gather every Thursday afternoon for a half hour walk around the plaza.
Mothers of Lost Children gather every night at 9:00 pm Pacific Time to pray on the phone
for our young children who were abducted by the government, allowed to be tortured, and in some cases died. We have a call-in
number through freeconferencecall.com and welcome prayer partners who would like to participate. Please let us know by email if you are interested
or would like to begin a prayer group in your time zone.
3. A therapy group is being offered in Northern California for mothers who are
involved in custody nightmare battles. Let us know by email if you are interested in more information on this group.
Also, please forgive in advance tardy responses....am about 230 emails behind,. Will do as best I can
to get back to you as soon as possible.
May your Christmas/holiday season be filled with joy and may the captive children soon be set free.
Upcoming Events In Wyoming
“Planes, Trains, & Automobiles 2008 Night of the Child” Located at
the Depot Plaza in Cheyenne April 18, 2008
October 2008 Power of Prevention Conference - A Journey of Progress Mark your calendar
for next year- details coming soon!
Please call our office for Child Abuse Prevention activities!
reach the Prevent Child Abuse Wyoming office please call:
Please email admin@defendthechildren if you wish to join or to correspond with us. Also if you would like to give suggestions or ask
questions please email us. Thank you
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