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'My Cry In The Dark: Breaking the Vicious Cycles of Domestic Violence.' March/14/2011

'My Cry In The Dark: Breaking the Vicious Cycles of Domestic Violence.' March/14/2011

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Purple R.E.I.G.N Social Services, Montclair Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., the Upsilon Phi and Eta Pi Chapters of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc., and The Essex County Prosecutor's Office present:
ʻMy Cry in The Dark: Breaking the Vicious Cycles of Domestic Violence,ʼ an interactive conference of Community Leaders, Advocates, Domestic Violence and Health Professionals, and Victims of Domestic Violence, aims to increase the awareness of the Domestic Violence epidemic in urban communities, create a dialogue around a solution, and teach victims, as well as perpetrators of Domestic Violence to #Live4Love.

This event is open to the public.

WHEN: March 12, 2011
WHERE: Central High School Auditorium - 246 18th Avenue Newark, NJ 07102
TIME: 10AM - 3PM

{OFFICIAL EVENT HASHTAG: #Live4Love}
Purple R.E.I.G.N Social Services, Montclair Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., the Upsilon Phi and Eta Pi Chapters of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc., and The Essex County Prosecutor's Office present:
ʻMy Cry in The Dark: Breaking the Vicious Cycles of Domestic Violence,ʼ an interactive conference of Community Leaders, Advocates, Domestic Violence and Health Professionals, and Victims of Domestic Violence, aims to increase the awareness of the Domestic Violence epidemic in urban communities, create a dialogue around a solution, and teach victims, as well as perpetrators of Domestic Violence to #Live4Love.

This event is open to the public.

WHEN: March 12, 2011
WHERE: Central High School Auditorium - 246 18th Avenue Newark, NJ 07102
TIME: 10AM - 3PM

{OFFICIAL EVENT HASHTAG: #Live4Love}

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE | February 7, 2011

Purple R.E.I.G.N Social Services, Montclair Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., the Upsilon Phi and Eta Pi Chapters of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc., and The Essex County Prosecutor's Office present:

ʻMy Cry in The Dark: Breaking the Vicious Cycles of Domestic Violenceʼ
ʻMy Cry in The Dark: Breaking the Vicious Cycles of Domestic Violence,ʼ an interactive conference of Community Leaders, Advocates, Domestic Violence and Health Professionals, and Victims of Domestic Violence, aims to increase the awareness of the Domestic Violence epidemic in urban communities, create a dialogue around a solution, and teach victims, as well as perpetrators of Domestic Violence to #Live4Love. On March 12, 2011 at Newarkʼs Central High school, moderator, Dr. Stephanie Bush-Baskette, JD, Ph.D. Policy Consultant, Renowned Speaker & Author, and panelists Mayor Wayne Smith of the Township of Irvington, Ras Baraka, Newark South Ward Councilman and Principal of Central High School, Dr. Sampson Davis of Three Doctors Foundation, Pamela M. McCauley of the Essex County Prosecutor's Office, Mary Houtsma, MSW, Essex County Family Justice Center, Ruth Kleiman of the Women of Color Task Force and Lighthouse Social Services, Thomas Ellis, Founder, Enough is Enough, Brittany Feaster of Montclair State University, Dr. Nichole Simmons, Health & Wellness Expert, and John W. Farrell, LCSW, MSW, University Behavioral HealthCare, Violence Institute of NJ will discuss • • • • The risk factors and vicious cycles of domestic violence, especially in urban communities Resources available for victims, survivors, and families of abuse, violence and trauma The importance of intervention and prevention programs Methods to eradicate this harmful disease 

Research indicates that Essex County has among the highest number of domestic violence fatalities, police reported domestic violence offenses, and requests for restraining orders in the State. Newark-based Purple R.E.I.G.N (Restoration.Empowerment.Integrity.Grace.Nobility) Social Services and Founder/ DV Overcomer Asia D. Smith are fighting daily to end this disparity, and the domestic violence epidemic as a whole. To further mobilize these efforts, Purple R.E.I.G.N and supporters present a sure to be breakthrough domestic violence conference with hopes for a long lasting impact on the greater Newark community. ʻMy Cry in The Dark: Breaking the Vicious Cycles of Domestic Violenceʼ WHEN: March 12, 2011 WHERE: Central High School Auditorium - 246 18th Avenue Newark, NJ 07102 TIME: 10AM - 3PM {OFFICIAL EVENT HASHTAG: #Live4Love} This conference is FREE and open to all though tickets are necessary for admittance. Tickets and sponsorship information can be found on the Registration Page. Additional Information For news and updates about this event, please 'Like' Purple R.E.I.G.N on Facebook. Additional important Purple R.E.I.G.N Links are bundled here.
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