There’s a post over at Mashable asking who could survive Doomsday. If you’re living or congregating in majority-black neighborhoods you’re in the midst of a Zombie invasion — and Michonne won’t be coming to save you.
For everyone else, imagine your worst-case scenario and do everything in your power to prevent it.
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There’s a potential law pending in the UK that if passed would allow women to vet potential dates with criminal background checks. Dubbed Clare’s Law, it is named after Clare Wood who was murdered by a man she via Facebook in 2009.
via Sky News
The proposal comes amid concerns that women are increasingly meeting men via the internet and have little or no knowledge of their pasts.
Our priority should not be protecting a perpetrator’s privacy at the expense of costing a woman’s life.
Louise Casey, Victims Commissioner
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April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month 🙁. Since I was inspired or should I say motivated by the horrifying reports that indicate an increase in gang rapes of young girls to respond proactively rather than engage in empty venting, I have experienced a curious case of silence amongst some of the victim advocacy and child enrichment programs in trying to address this escalating trend.
For example, Boys & Girls Clubs Of America states their mission is (amongst other things): Inspiring and enabling all young people to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens. I am still waiting a response from the local club I contacted nearly one month ago. Now I may be ‘doing it wrong’ as the kids say these days, but I guess I thought if I emailed and called an organization offering to volunteer my time and resources for free to help reinforce the self-esteem of young girls and discuss a practical initiative for self-defense that people would jump at the chance. It’s not as if I don’t have a million other things to do.
Continue reading “Are We Having A Communication Breakdown When It Comes To Promoting Safety For Black Tweens?”