The Canadian White Ribbon campaign received a $300K boost from the government, but like other White Ribbon campaigns, most of that will go directly into the pockets of staff who continue to ignore half the victims of domestic violence.
“In the end, I really didn’t have a choice, even though I didn’t do what my ex-wife said I did. That, however, was of little concern to the career-minded police, prosecutor, defense attorney, and judge involved in my case.”
As we near the end of White Ribbon Day, the inclusive and diverse nature of AVfM compels us to include our brothers and sisters to the north in Canada, exposing the corruption there that parallels that which is happening in Australia.
Australians–as well as people in other countries–are being lied to about domestic violent. No surprise. But here’s the latest whopper: DV is the leading cause of death and injury for women aged under 45. Seriously? Beverley Armitage has a look.