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New Mexico Mother Saved by Children's Quick Thinking

The Las Cruces Police Department shared that they have been notified about the incident of abuse at around 8 a.m. on Friday, April 23. The suspect, Alvarado, started to physically assault the victim at around 8 p.m. the
Feminicides Increase in Mexico As Women Are Forced to Stay Indoors With Abusers

Femicides Increase in Mexico as Women Are Forced to Stay Indoors With Abusers

Experts attribute the increase of femicide to the government's confinement orders which enabled domestic violence.
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Mexico City

Mounting Cases of Domestic Violence: A Chilling Consequence of Quarantine

Women’s rights activists and abuse analysts believe that people are now more aware and alert to the abuse at home.
New Mexico Man Tries To Burn Disabled Wife After Learning He Didn’t Qualify For COVID-19 Relief Check

New Mexico Man Tries To Burn Wife After Learning She Didn't Qualify For COVID-19 Relief Check

The current COVID-19 crisis has brought out the worst in some people such as this man in New Mexico who tried to set his wife on fire after being enraged for not qualifying for a COVID-19-related stimulus check.
Domestic Abuse

Abuse: A Public Crisis Amid COVID-19 Lockdowns

The recent shelter-in-place policy has forced many victims to stay inside with their abusers.

Mexican Football Leagues Have No Sanctions Against Family Violence

Professional leagues in Mexico and the US have no sanctions against domestic violence following Renato Ibarra's arrest.

There is Progress in the Fight for Women's Rights in Cuba in 2019, Activists Say

As 2019 comes to a close, one of the most important progress in Cuba is the advancement of women's rights.

SALUD: Domestic Violence Awareness Month Demonstrates the Importance of Resources

October has been Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Domestic violence continues to occur, affecting the lives of countless children, women and men who suffer in silence. The month brings awareness to those most affected.
Domestic Violence

NO MáS: Deportation Fears Hinder Domestic Violence Reporting, But Latino Communities Also Step Up for Victims

Domestic violence, the horrendous pattern of abusive behavior whereby an intimate partner inflicts violence on their significant others, is impacting women and men across the U.S. But, Latinos are ready to challenge domestic violence victimization.
Domestic Violence

New Study: Young Lovers Would Rather Undergo Abuse in the Name of "Love" Than Break Away From Abusive Partner

Young love often dispenses rose-colored glasses to those affected by it, which is wonderful ...as long as one partner doesn't give the other a black eye, and convince them that they can't escape the relationship. A new study distributed by global makeup company Mary Kay highlights the resounding fact that teens would rather undergo abuse in the name of "love" than sever ties with an abusive partner.
Domestic Violence

#WhyIStayed and #WhyILeft Highlight the Isolated Lives of Domestic Violence Victims, Domestic Violence Facts and Resources

The facts: Domestic violence is a vicious game that no one wants to play, and yet countless individuals across the world are beaten on a daily basis. And domestic abuse, while experienced by men, is largely a gender-biased crime. Eighty-four percent of spousal abuse victims and 86 percent of victims in partner disputes are women, and men account for 75 percent of perpetrators in cases of domestic abuse.
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