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Business Owners Encouraged To Join #MoveToEndDV Movement, Help Victims Of Domestic Violence

Each year, millions of Americans are abused by a loved one. In an effort to raise awareness, the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence initiated the first Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October 1987. Twenty-nine years later, DVAM remains a vital part of the effort to reduce or eliminate domestic abuse. As reported by the Domestic... Read more Ā» Business Owners Encouraged To J
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