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Hillary Clinton’s Hostility to the Community of the Wrongly Accused

Friday, April 15, 2016 Hillary Clinton's hostility to the community of the wrongly accused The current administration has manifested an unprecedented hostility to due process for college men accused of sexual assault. We've written literally hundreds of posts about it since April 2011 when the the Department of Education issued its infamous "Dear Colleague" letter. [...]

By |April 15th, 2016|CAMP, Due Process, False Allegations, Sexual Assault, Wrongful Convictions|Comments Off on Hillary Clinton’s Hostility to the Community of the Wrongly Accused

E-lert: Tell Congress to Get it Right When Addressing Campus Sexual Assault

Dear Friends, The 2011 U.S. Dept. of Education (DED) policy mandating that colleges revamp their procedures for adjudicating allegations of sexual assault does not require rape cases to be referred to local law enforcement officials for investigation and prosecution. We believe this is a serious oversight that needs correction. In addition, some say the DED [...]

By |April 30th, 2014|Accusing U., Action Alert, CAMP, Campus, Civil Rights, DED Sexual Assault Directive, E-lert, Innocence, Rape-Culture Hysteria, Sexual Assault|Comments Off on E-lert: Tell Congress to Get it Right When Addressing Campus Sexual Assault

E-lert: Warning! False Domestic Violence Information

Dear Friends, Recently, Washington Post's Fact Checker reported that U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder's claim that "intimate partner homicide is the leading cause of death for African-American women ages 15 to 45" was so outrageous it could qualify for their notorious "Four Pinocchios" rating. The misinformation doesn't end there. Over the last few months, we have reviewed the Fact Sheets [...]

By |January 7th, 2014|Accountability, CAMP, Domestic Violence, E-lert, International Violence Against Women Act, Research|Comments Off on E-lert: Warning! False Domestic Violence Information

E-lert: Help Us Keep the Reform Train Moving, It’s #GivingTuesday

Dear Friends, Today is #Giving Tuesday, a day when persons donate to the causes they find worthy. We hope SAVE is on your list. Let's take a look at our recent accomplishments. SAVE had some successful campaigns this year. After we visited KFC restaurants complaining about their Hot Shot Bite commercial, they were so embarrassed they removed [...]

By |December 3rd, 2013|Accountability, CAMP, Domestic Violence, E-lert, False Allegations, Funding, Violence Against Women Act|Comments Off on E-lert: Help Us Keep the Reform Train Moving, It’s #GivingTuesday

E-lert: Be on the Lookout for Half-Truths that Injure and Kill!

Dear Friends, SAVE applauds the efforts of organizations that are working to reduce domestic violence. No one should be abused by their intimate partner, and certainly, no one should lose their life this way. Even though the rates of DV have been going down, men and women are still being victimized. And each year, over [...]

By |November 5th, 2013|Action Alert, CAMP, Domestic Violence, E-lert, Research, Under-served Populations, Victims|Comments Off on E-lert: Be on the Lookout for Half-Truths that Injure and Kill!

PR: Factual Missteps Are Slowing National Campaign to End Partner Abuse, SAVE Says

PRESS RELEASE Contact: Teri Stoddard Telephone: 301-801-0608 Email: tstoddard@saveservices.org Factual Missteps Are Slowing National Campaign to End Partner Abuse, SAVE Says WASHINGTON / October 1, 2013 – Victim-advocacy group Stop Abusive and Violent Environments warns that factual errors and misrepresentations in public education efforts sponsored by domestic violence organizations may represent an obstacle in the [...]

By |October 1st, 2013|Abuse Shelter, CAMP, Discrimination, Domestic Violence, Funding, Inclusion, Press Release, Research, Under-served Populations, VAWA Inclusion Mandate, Victims, Violence Against Women Act|Comments Off on PR: Factual Missteps Are Slowing National Campaign to End Partner Abuse, SAVE Says

PR: ‘Truth Team’ Will Promote Accurate Information and Inclusiveness by Abuse Agencies

PRESS RELEASE Contact: Teri Stoddard Telephone: 301-801-0608 Email: tstoddard@saveservices.org ‘Truth Team’ Will Promote Accurate Information and Inclusiveness by Abuse Agencies WASHINGTON / September 9, 2013 – SAVE, a non-profit victim advocacy organization, announces the launch of a new project called “Truth Team.” The project is designed to counter misinformation and assure compliance with the new [...]

By |September 9th, 2013|Accountability, CAMP, Domestic Violence, Inclusion, Press Release, Research, Under-served Populations, VAWA Inclusion Mandate, Victims, Violence Against Women Act|Comments Off on PR: ‘Truth Team’ Will Promote Accurate Information and Inclusiveness by Abuse Agencies

E-lert: Ben Pershing and his WaPo Whopper

Washington Post reporter Ben Pershing is so passionate about politics he was blinded by someone's political propaganda, inadvertently sharing misinformation with WP readers. We're calling his article a WaPo Whopper! Pershing criticizes a Virginia gubernatorial candidate because he was one of three state attorneys general who did not sign a letter urging federal lawmakers to reauthorize [...]

By |September 4th, 2013|Accountability, Action Alert, CAMP, Domestic Violence, E-lert, False Allegations, Media, Violence Against Women Act|Comments Off on E-lert: Ben Pershing and his WaPo Whopper

E-lert: KFC Removes Offensive Ad, But Has Yet to Apologize

Dear Friends, We are happy to report that Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) has stopped using their offensive and gender-biased Hot Shot Bites ad, the video that shows a woman slapping a man across the face. The commercials are no longer running on TV, and when you try to watch the online version you get a [...]

By |August 28th, 2013|Accountability, Action Alert, CAMP, Discrimination, Domestic Violence, E-lert, Media, Under-served Populations, Victims|Comments Off on E-lert: KFC Removes Offensive Ad, But Has Yet to Apologize

E-lert: Don’t Let KFC Chicken-out on Domestic Violence

Dear Friends, Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) is still running a TV ad that shows a woman slapping a man across the face. We can't imagine them running an ad like this with the genders reversed. Can you? This gender biased ad has triggered an international outcry. Persons from 28 countries have signed a petition condemning [...]

By |August 21st, 2013|Action Alert, CAMP, Discrimination, Domestic Violence, E-lert, Media, Research, Under-served Populations, Victims|Comments Off on E-lert: Don’t Let KFC Chicken-out on Domestic Violence