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Domestic violence news and analysis from The Nation
December 22, 2016
Bob Stoops and the Geyser Cesspool of College Football
The 2014 video of Oklahoma University player Joe Mixon breaking the jaw of a female student is exposing, yet again, the rot of college football.
November 1, 2016
Donald Trump’s ‘Open Carry’ Is Legal in All 50 States
Trump isn’t the first man to abuse women in both public and private—and tragically, he won’t be the last either.
October 31, 2016
Detroit Lion DeAndre Levy on ‘Locker-Room Talk’ and Why He Raises Money to Test Abandoned Rape Kits
Here is one NFL player who not only speaks out against rape culture but acts.
October 25, 2016
Did the NFL Try to Bully a Domestic-Violence Survivor?
The NFL has been blasted for “doing nothing” about the domestic violence perpetrated by New York Giants placekicker Josh Brown. But is what they did worse than nothing?
October 21, 2016
Another Shocking Domestic Violence Case Is Rocking the NFL
The case of New York Giants kicker Josh Brown is more than story of domestic violence. It’s a disturbing window into how the league values owner cronyism over women’s lives.
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September 20, 2016
Why Domestic Violence Is an Economic Issue
Economic abuse is present in 98 percent of abusive relationships, and 60 percent of survivors report losing their jobs.
August 31, 2016
An NFL Executive Compares Kaepernick to a Man Who Murdered a Pregnant Woman
He said “he hasn't seen this much collective dislike among front office members regarding a player since Rae Carruth.”
May 24, 2016
Progressive Women Are Running for Office All Over the Country
The anti-Trump candidacies of Teachout, Jayapal, and Flores should serve as a reminder that, as important as the presidency is, the White House is not the only thing at stake in 2016.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
April 14, 2016
Can Restorative Justice Change the Way Schools Handle Sexual Assault?
Students and schools are exploring its promise and challenges.
December 21, 2015
Survivors of Domestic Violence Deserve Clemency, Not Prison Cells
Governor Andrew Cuomo just made an historic pledge to grant clemency to thousands of former nonviolent youthful offenders—what about women who committed violence in order to live?